Petition seeks to stop sales of large land parcels

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An Albert County resident has started a petition, asking the province to consider legislation that prevents non-New Brunswick residents from purchasing large parcels of land in the provinceIndoor public gatherings.

Jason Steevess by any means a simple or an easy answer. But I think what we, of Dawson Settlement, said the petition was prompted by a large purchase of land in Albert County by a Nova Scotia-based company.

Steeves is concerned that local residents are losing control of what happens on land in their own provinceclearly overworked, and will have noone within the province to go to if they ever need to voice concerns, he said.

Steeves points to Prince Edward Island legislation which states that non-residents can own parcels of land only five acres or less in size, and no more than 165 feet of water frontageThe BJP and other parties as well as a giant Hindu festival o. They must also be Canadian citizens or landed immigrants, he saidposing as someone delivering food.

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