Nova Scotia All Party Environmental Election Debate 6:30 pm Wed Aug 4, 2020

From EAC website:

With a provincial election underway in Nova Scotia, climate, biodiversity and the environment are top concerns among voters. The Ecology Action Centre, Sierra Club Atlantic and the Council of Canadians are hosting a live all-party debate on Wednesday, August 4 from 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM to hear parties’ positions on critical issues related to the climate and biodiversity crises. 

Sheldon MacLeod, journalist and host with, will be moderating the debate with representatives from Nova Scotia’s Green, Liberal, NDP and PC parties.

Participating Candidates:

Jessica Alexander – Green Party of Nova Scotia, Interim Leader and Candidate for Chester-St. Margaret’s
Pam Cooley – Nova Scotia Liberal Party, Candidate for Dartmouth North
Scott Ellis – Nova Scotia PC Party, Candidate for Halifax Needham
Tyler Colbourne – Nova Scotia NDP, Candidate for Dartmouth East

This will be a hybrid online/in-person event. There will be a limited number of in-person attendees, and we will be streaming live to YouTube.

Click here for more details on EAC’s provincial election asks, including links to briefing notes, our 21 Goals to Advance the Environmental and Economic Well-Being of Nova Scotia and other helpful resources.  

Click here to submit a question on an environmental issue you care about. We’ll be collecting responses until August 2, 11:59 PM and selecting 1-2 questions to ask during the debate. 

Read more on EAC website.

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