Pictou Landing researches health effects of polluted harbor

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The Mi’kmaq of Pictou Landing call Boat Harbour an example of environmental racism.

The harbor sits just behind the community and in the last 1960s, the Nova Scotia government let a paper mill dump its toxic waste water in it.

The First Nation has been living with it ever since.

A research group is using a unique approach to study the impacts.

APTN’s Trina Roache brings us this story.

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One Response to “Pictou Landing researches health effects of polluted harbor”

  1. david.rector@msvu.ca'
    Devan Rector March 27, 2014 at 4:09 am #

    i think that’s a bit of a stretch. I live in one of the closest houses to the harbor and i am white. Still a problem, not a racist one though.

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