Monthly Archives: May 2020

Tales of Gaspereau and Loons in Sandy Lake

I recently received this story from a Sandy Lake enthuiast… “Yesterday at the lake I was sitting by the shore looking around when two big loons hunting along the ledge pulled up right in front of me about 12′ away. … Continue reading

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Now we can enjoy spring in the forests of Sandy Lake & Environs

Icelanders started a bit of a trend with their urging people to hug trees to overcome isolation during our days of Covid-19. We’re still under Covid-19 distancing rules in NS, but as of May 1, 2020, we can again visit … Continue reading

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The case for Sandy Lake-Sackville River Regional Park goes to Halifax RP+10

The Halifax Regional Municipal Planning Strategy or the “Regional Plan” (RP), in a nutshell, “guides future development in the HRM and outlines how sustainable growth should take place.” View HRM Page for the Regional Plan The first Regional Plan for … Continue reading

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