Green Cove clar­i­fi­ca­tions

Cape Breton Post - - EDITORIAL -

In ful­fill­ing their dual man­date for cul­tural and eco­log­i­cal pre­sen­ta­tion, Parks Canada avoids com­pro­mis­ing eco­log­i­cally sen­si­tive ar­eas; Green Cove is not one of them! Green Cove has been des­ig­nated for recre­ational and ed­u­ca­tional pur­poses in­clud­ing the fa­cil­i­ties re­quired to make the visi­tor’s visit more en­joy­able. It is cur­rently used as a trail.

Sean Howard is try­ing to drive a wedge be­tween the groups that share a cul­tural her­itage at Green Cove. We pre­fer an in­clu­sive ap­proach so that all cul­tures can present their sto­ries.

Rus­sell Wanger­sky’s ed­i­to­rial ( July 28) needs fur­ther clar­i­fi­ca­tion.

The Never For­got­ten Na­tional Me­mo­rial Foun­da­tion listed those items so as to pre­vent any vul­gar items from dis­hon­our­ing the name of Mother Canada.

The foun­da­tion cher­ishes the supreme sac­ri­fices of our fallen Cana­di­ans and the mem­o­ries that their rel­a­tives hold so dear. Ray Sta­ple­ton Spokesman for Peo­ple North of Smokey who AGREE to hav­ing our mon­u­ment at Green Cove

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