Sauvons L’anse-à-l’orme is a new action team that has banded together to stop a huge development project in Saint-Anne-de-Bellevue and Pierrefonds-Roxboro.
The city of Montreal has announced its intention to develop 6,000 new housing units on 185 hectares of fallow agricultural land that is adjacent to a beautifully dense forest. This land is home to wide variety of terrestrial and aquatic wildlife, a large number of which are threatened or endangered, such as the Bobolink bird and the Boreal Geographical Turtle. Sauvons L’Anse-a-l’Orme believes that this green space should be protected in its entirety, as its wildlife would be devastated by the forests’ disappearance.
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