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posted by Ken Summers on Apr 20, 2013 - View profile

Kennetcook, Hants County

OUT OF CONTROL: Fracking in Nova Scotia


7:00pm
Monday April 22 2013

Venue: Kennetcook Fire Hall, behind Home Hardware
Accessibility: wheelchair accessible

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NOFRAC releases its report taken from thousands of pages of FOIPOP secured documents. What happened when fracking came to Hants County?

INFO  902 369 2821

 
 
DIRECTIONS
 
7:00 Monday April 22    Kennetcook Fire Hall- which is BEHIND HOME HARDWARE
 
From Haifax/Dartmouth: 102 to Elmsdale. Exit north/left towards Superstore. Keep going past Superstore to LEFT at T intersection with Highway 14. Go 9 km to Cheese Factory Corner. Big sign for Kennetcook, soft right turn.
 
From Sackville: Beaverbank Road to Rawdon to Kennetcook.
 
From Truro: Exit 14 Hwy 102 [Robie Street commercial strip] to Hwy 236 West. cross Shubenacadie River bridge, turn right at T intersection onto Hwy 215. Travel less than 1 km on Hwy 215. Turn left on Rock Road [sign to  Kennetcook]. Follow signs and potholes to Kennetcook. Do not go to Maitland.
 
From Windsor: Get to Brooklyn / Union Corner [left at 3 way wye with monument in Brooklyn, left at next 3 way, right at Union Corner 3 way] [map advisable if you do not know this area]. Highway 236 from Union Corner to Kennetcook.

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NOFRAC releases its report

NOFRAC releases its report taken from thousands of pages of FOIPOP secured documents. What happened when fracking came to Hants County?

INFO  -  902 369 2821

http://nofrac.wordpress.com/

http://nofrac.wordpress.com/

Out of Control: Nova Scotia’s Experience with Fracking for Shale Gas“.

NOFRAC has extensively reviewed Freedom of Information Information documents regarding Triangle Petroleum’s shale gas project in Hants County.  This important report outlines what happened, what didn’t happen, and how decisions were made.  It is crucial research for all concerned about the extensive proposed natural gas development in the Hants region, and across the province.

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