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“A serious and imminent danger”

In December 2017, Environment and Climate Change Canada issued a report on samplings it collected in November from water seeping out of the Picton Terminals' site into Picton Bay. A telling quote:  "...That at the Picton Terminals... there occurs a deposit of a...

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Court affidavits: #7

This is the seventh in a series of 7 documents related to the upcoming Save Picton Bay court case. Exhibits 7 - 13 connected to the Picton Terminals planner affidavit (see post #2) are here:  Affidavit 1, PT planner, Exhibits...

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Court affidavits: #6

This is the sixth in a series of 7 documents related to the upcoming Save Picton Bay court case. Exhibits 1 - 6 connected to the Picton Terminals planner affidavit (see post #2) are here: Affidavit 1, PT planner, Exhibits...

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2 for the price of one. Here’s the article, (I guess conjoined twins etc, are fake to) for all the arm chair biologists out there: looking for a number for a local professor of biology at Queens University. The fish was caught over the weekend by local angler on the Bay of Quinte that had 2 bodies and 1 large head (main body was about 5 pounds and secondary was 2 pounds). They aren’t uncommon at all to hatch like that but to survive and grow that big. NOT my catch, was caught on bay of quinte, seen this article while fishing in Canada this weekend.

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Upgrades are being completed at the Huron Brant Drive North Sanitary Pumping Station. This project is part of the Clean Water and Wastewater Funding (CWWF) program, to improve the overall function of the pumping station. Our partnership is comprised of contributions from MBQ and both the Federal and Provincial governments.

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