Unama’ki tar ponds steering committee tours site
SYDNEY - Cape Breton’s five First Nation communities formed the Unama’ki tar ponds steering committee to secure maximum benefit from
the $400-million tar ponds cleanup project. Members of the steering committee toured the site this week to get a first-hand look
at the extent of the project. From left, Frank Potter, president Sydney Tar Ponds Agency, Kevin Johnson of Eskasoni, Gerald Toney
of Shubenacadie, Dan Christmas of Membertou, and Patricia Bernard, Wagcobah.
Submitted by Owen Fitzgerald