CBHNP

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CBHNPCommunity Behavioral Healthcare Network of Pennsylvania
CBHNPCape Breton Highlands National Park (Canada)
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To cite just a few other examples of opposition to what would amount to an act of environmental vandalism: in February 2014, the Cape Breton Post argued that "allowing private interests to permanently and dramatically alter the Cape Breton Highlands National Park's Green Cove headland--which is celebrated for its natural beauty and unique landscape--would appear counter" to Parks Canada's mandate.
A 19-year-old Canadian folk singer died in 2009 after being attacked by two coyotes in Cape Breton Highlands National Park in Nova Scotia.
James Bridgeland, Ecologist at the Cape Breton Highlands National Park, graciously provided advice, data, and access to the park.
Catriona Mortimer Sandilands illustrates the erasure of Acadian ethnicity from Cape Breton Highlands National Park and its subsequent replacement by the more respected Scottish ethnic heritage.
Taylor was already in a critical condition when she was airlifted from Canada's Cape Breton Highlands National Park in Nova Scotia to hospital.
To make Cape Breton more attractive to that "whole world," MacDonald developed the Cabot Trail highway, deeded a part of the northern cape to the federal government for the creation of Cape Breton Highlands National Park, and presided over the founding of St Ann's Gaelic College (with its nostalgic-romanticist Hall of the Clans) and the construction of the Lone Shieling, a replica of a Scottish Highland crofter's cottage designed after one mentioned nostalgically in the anonymous poem "Canadian Boat Song," a poem which had already been recited by generations of Nova Scotia school children.
Cape Breton Highlands National Park, open year-round, (902) 285-2691.
These areas differ, however, in that much of the higher elevation areas of northern Cape Breton are inaccessible, and a substantial portion of the area contains protected areas where hunting is prohibited or restricted as in Cape Breton Highlands National Park and the Pollets Cove-Aspy Fault Wilderness Area.