Ottawa commits $100 million toward cleaning up toxic mess at Boat Harbour

The federal government has pledged to spend $100 million to help clean up the Boat Harbour effluent lagoons — long considered one of Nova Scotia’s most polluted sites. The sprawling lagoons, which are near the Pictou Landing First Nation in northern Nova Scotia, are contaminated with millions of litres of treated waste water from the nearby Northern Pulp paper mill. >click to read<13:10

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