Selling Crown land for golf resort ‘a betrayal of public trust’
Former provincial planner says coastal area needs to remain protected
December 20, 2019 By CBC News
Selling coastal Crown land in Nova Scotia to build a golf resort is a “betrayal of the public trust,” a former provincial land planner says. Earlier in the spring, the provincial government removed the pending protection designation from Owls Head Provincial Park, allowing the province to enter into negotiations with a company interested in building as many as three golf courses in the area.
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