There's an amazing place in Nova Scotia called Chignecto. Here, you'll find miles and miles of wilderness coastline on the shores of the Bay of Fundy and some of the largest remaining intact forests in the province. If you're lucky, you may also spot a mainland moose, which is an endangered species in Nova Scotia.
The Nova Scotia government has promised to protect Chignecto by creating a "large" protected wilderness area on these public lands, but so far has not yet released a proposed boundary for the protected area. What's left outside of the boundary will likely be clearcut.
To find out more about Chignecto and how you can help protect this amazing place, check out: www.cpawsns.org/chignecto