Out Of Control: Nova Scotia’s Experience with Fracking for Shale Gas On April 22 at 7pm, at the Kennetcook Fire Hall, NOFRAC released a report which follows the activities of Triangle Petroleum as their fracking
Join us next week for the release of our report titled “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
Can you imagine Nova Scotia having the title of “Home of Atlantic Canada’s Fracking Wastewater”? This could soon be our reality. The Municipality of Colchester County is currently reviewing appeals to their decision to allow fracking
Our coalition is almost 2 years old, and we have seen a lot of change over this time. We have grown from a working group of less than 10 to a membership of almost 100.
Each year, the Nova Scotia Environment Network invites people to nominate Eco-Heroes of the Year, and a NOFRAC member wanted to nominate all who work on shale gas issues for this award. How nice! Here
A small group of NOFRAC members gathered on May 6th at the causeway between Nova Scotia and Cape Breton to protest oil and gas exploration, planned for a treasured lake on the island. To find
As NOFRAC grows, we will provide posts from coalition members across the province which address local issues, or which comment on activity in other jurisdictions. This week, the Nova Scotia government announced that the review
We’re so glad you stopped by. You probably found us because you are concerned about fracking, or because you live in Nova Scotia, or both. The Nova Scotia Fracking Resource and Action Coalition is a