The Petitcodiac River Declaration

Petitcodiac Riverkeeper unveiled a Declaration on May 4, 2000 to have governments restore full tidal flow to the river by 2004. Since 2000, over 5,000 signatures have been collected.
The Petitcodiac River Declaration, presented in English, French and Mi’gmaq reads as follows:
We, the people who value the Petitcodiac River watershed and estuary, determined:
to reaffirm the rights of all individuals and communities in the Petitcodiac River watershed and Shepody Bay estuary to a healthy environment, to clean water, clean air, access to and enjoyment of this great river system and estuary, which enrich our lives with social, recreational, cultural, economic and spiritual values and benefits,

to prevent the Petitcodiac River and the life it supports from continuing

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to decline and perish before us, and

to save succeeding generations from inheriting the legacy of community loss brought about by the Petitcodiac River causeway,have resolved to combine our efforts to achieve these aims:

to allow the maximum recovery of the Petitcodiac River estuary and its tidal bore, the restoration of fish habitat in the river system, and the protection of Shepody Bay’s shorebird sanctuaries and rich feeding grounds,

to restore full tidal flow in the Petitcodiac River by replacing a portion of the Petitcodiac River causeway with a bridge span, and

to have the governments of New Brunswick and Canada achieve the restoration of full tidal flow in the Petitcodiac River by the year 2004.

To these aims we pledge our commitment and our support, for as long as the sun shines, the grass grows and the rivers flow.