N.S. course slapped with huge environmental fines
The Aspotogan Ridge Golf Course is being auctioned off after its owners said they couldn't afford to pay the environmental fines they were assessed.
Unauthorized construction over a wetland area has cost the owners of a Nova Scotia golf course $540,000 in environmental fines. The Aspotogan Ridge Golf Course near Hubbards will now be auctioned off after its owners said they couldn't afford to pay the large fines.
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