“…Generations before us left their legacy in the form of the Public Gardens, Point Pleasant Park and Shubie Park—green spaces that give HRM its special character, and enrich everyone’s quality of life. The urban wilderness park at Williams Lake is an opportunity to create a new legacy.”
As many of you know, the proposal recently received unanimous support from Halifax Regional Council to move forward to a public consultation in the community. The session will outline the proposal and ask for comments.
Our June 2017 Newsletter is now available! It includes an invitation for any member of the public with an interest in Williams Lake and its Backlands to attend the Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, June 6th.
Spring is in full swing, and the ducklings are on the lake. Time for our Annual General Meeting! As usual, we’ve booked our room at the Captain William Spry Community Centre, and all are welcome! Find out the latest news, and share information about wildlife, water quality, and more.
Join us to learn about Willliams Lake, and hear updates on the Nature Conservancy of Canada proposal to preserve the Backlands as an urban wilderness park.
The Halifax Regional Municipality is conducting the third and final phase of public engagement for the Halifax Green Network Plan. (See website. Our venue appears to be the Atlantica Hotel on May 16, 6-8 pm.)