Community Meetings in Digby Yarmouth Shelburne Counties

first_imgNova Scotians are invited to community meetings in May and June to share their ideas about the future of the province’s natural resources. The meetings will be hosted by the Voluntary Planning Natural Resources Citizen Engagement Committee. The volunteer committee is gathering Nova Scotians’ views to help government develop a long-term natural resources strategy for the province. The following meetings will take place in Digby, Yarmouth and Shelburne counties. All meetings are from 6:30 to 9 p.m. The meetings in Tusket and Saulnierville will be held in French. Tuesday, May 20Tusket — École secondaire de Par-en-Bas, 360 Highway 308 North Wednesday, May 21Saulnierville — Royal Canadian Legion, 9938 Highway 1 Monday, May 26Shelburne — Shelburne Fire Hall and Community Centre, 63 King St. Tuesday, June 3Weymouth — Royal Canadian Legion, 24 Back St. Wednesday, June 4Yarmouth — Royal Canadian Legion, 75 Parade St. A complete list of meetings around the province and information on submitting written comments are on the website at http://vp.gov.ns.ca . Nova Scotians can also call Voluntary Planning at 902-424-8644 or toll-free at 1-866-858-5850 for more information. -30-last_img

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