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Viewing entries posted in March 2014
Budworm could be heading back to Nova Scotia
A pervasive pest is finalizing travel plans to return to the province. The spruce budworm, which affected 1.2 million hectares of provincial woodland, mostly in Cape Breton, in the 1970s and 1980s, is ravaging a significant amount of Quebec forest and is now en route to New Brunswick and Nova Scotia
Bowater Mersey's assets up for auction
If you’re looking for a newsprint paper machine, electrical transformer or even a lathe, you might want to consider a trip to Queens County this week.
Moose migration corridor expands
The Nature Conservancy of Canada has received another 83 hectares of private land to help it promote cross-border moose love at the boundary of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.