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Large plot of coastal land protected in Cape Breton
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28 July 2012
On 28 July 2012 CBC News reported:
Thanks to a very generous donation, 120 hectares of coastal land in Nova Scotia is being preserved. The Nova Scotia Nature Trust announced Saturday the Mackenzie Cove property on the Bras d'Or Lakes in Inverness County, Cape Breton, would receive permanent protection. A released stated that Dan Livingston gifted the property to the Nature Trust in order to keep the land undeveloped and wild.
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