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Fracking and Health

Penobsquis Landowner: the Other Side of the Story

by Beth Nixon, Penobsquis, NB 19 September 2014 (Beth Nixon has been lobbying the provincial government for justice for 10 years. Hers was one of 60 families that lost well water and/or springs during the industrialization of this small rural community. It was 5 years before the provincial government installed …

Testing Your Water

While testing water should be a regular activity for people with private water wells, Albert County residents living in the vicinity of proposed oil and gas development areas, may wish to have their water quality tested prior to any further development. Oil and Gas companies are only required to test …

Protect our Children

“Sustainable development must define the choices we make to provide our children with both a thriving and healthy world.  When it comes …

A Community in the Crosshairs

There is no way around it. A village without water will die. Several years ago, our village dug 35 wells before finding …

Get to the truth of the matter.

The people of New Brunswick deserve to know the truth behind our government’s repeated statements on ‘fracking’. Our top level of government …

Unearthed: The Fracking Facade

Afrikaan filmmaker, Jolynn Minnaar’s documentary, Unearthed: The Fracking Facade, started off as her determination to explore the potential for shale gas development …