The Nova Scotia government has granted an option to a huge multinational to explore putting up to 200 open net pens in our coastal waters, including St. Margarets Bay and Mahone Bay.
Across the Province groups have formed in opposition to archaic and polluting open net pens, in favour of more innovative and sustainable fish farming technologies.
Our collective action, the Twin Bays Coalition, supports the province wide movement to get the pens out of the water and onto the land.
Keep up-to-date about the latest actions and outcomes and help us amplify the voices around the province against open net pens.
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Twelve of the most devastating impacts felt by communities, ocean ecology and livelihoods because of open net pens.
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If there is only one thing you do today to help protect Nova Scotia's shorelines from open net fish farming, write your MLA and Cermaq.
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Public voices against the idea of open-pen fish farms has been strong.
CBC captures reactions at the Cermaq open house in Hubbards March 6.