HOW MUCH WATER DOES POINT LEPREAU USE? In 1980 the New Brunswick Electric Power Commission described building a cooling system for the 600 MW nuclear generating station at Point Lepreau as follows: Of major consideration in the design of a … Continue reading The Impact of Point Lepreau Nuclear Plant on Plankton & Larval Fishes
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2018, Updated April 15, 2020 New Brunswick Clearcutting Operation. In spite of the impacts from Covid-19 and the slowdown in all economic sectors, there is little evidence that things will change from the status in … Continue reading ISSUES: The Evil Plan to Control New Brunswick Has Been Revealed!
Another trip today to find more birds. It may seem late, but more than a half dozen Great Blue Herons at Savage Harbour! Continue reading EXPLORE PEI – Birds at Savage Harbour – 10/11/21
We are lucky to be on Prince Edward Island and doing some exploring. Today we travelled along the coast from Charlottetown to Wood Islands, the site of one of the first lighthouses on PEI and the landing area for the … Continue reading EXPLORE PEI – The Wood Island’s Lighthouses – 10/9/21
via Canadian eel tracked on 2,400-kilometre migration to Sargasso Sea – Technology & Science – CBC News. Canadian eel tracked on 2,400-kilometre migration to Sargasso Sea 1st direct evidence of eels migrating to tropical nursery By Emily Chung, CBC News Posted: … Continue reading FISHERIES: Where are all the missing eels? Mystery solved?
CBC News was granted a sneak peek of work being done on a $1.8M project to re-create historic settlement CBC News · Posted: Oct 23, 2019 7:05 AM AT Work continues on the Place Fort La Tour project in Saint John. The … Continue reading Redeveloped Fort La Tour taking shape, set to open next year | CBC News
Trade From Cape Cod to Labrador has existed for thousands of years and European settlers thrived on these traditional trade routes and the movement of goods back and forth … legal and otherwise. Atlantic Alive has been created to continue these historic … Continue reading WELCOME TO ATLANTIC ALIVE – FOLLOWING STORIES FROM CAPE COD TO LABRADOR