PLFN - Boat Harbour Remediation Project

  • Kwe’ , Pjilasi!
    We are making great progress as we are working directly with Nova Scotai Lands on the Remediation and Reclamation of A’se’k

An Important Message

Pictou Landing First Nation has been working hard to bring awareness within N.S. and across the country about Boat Harbour and the environmental racism we have suffered for more than 5 decades.

Among many films and stories that have been featured on Boat Harbour, we are most proud to share the short film we created below that shares insight directly from some of our community


Pictou Landing First Nation BHRP Community Engagement

Now that the Northern Pulp Effluent Treatment facility is closed, the PLFN Community Liaison Manager and project team are taking steps to move forward toward building meaningful and sustainable relationships with other First Nation communities, agencies, organizations, businesses, employers and industry.

Pictou Landing First Nation has secured a data base that includes an inventory of community skill sets to assist contractors in the assessment and recruitment of local talent, we are currently building our database to include an inventory of community businesses and potential suppliers.

If you are interested in engaging Pictou Landing First Nation and can assist in maximizing benefits and exploring mutually beneficial opportunities for the future. Please contact the Project Liaison Manager

Remediation Project Contact Info

Michelle Francis- Denny - Boat Harbour Remediation Project Liaison Manager

Boat Harbour Remediation Project Liaison Manager – Michelle Francis-Denny
(902) 752-4912 x.124

(902) 759-4929