A closer look at New Brunswick's fracking fight

In New Brunswick protestors continue clashes with police over hydraulic fracturing or fracking as it is known.

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In New Brunswick protestors continue clashes with police over hydraulic fracturing or fracking as it is known.

At the moment, SWN resources is carrying out the tests to see if shale gas wells are worth digging.

But those tests are bringing out people from across the province, especially from Elsipogtog First Nation.

Over the next three nights, APTN will be looking at the fracking industry in New Brunswick, why people are against it and what comes next.

Here’s APTN’s Ossie Michelin with part one.

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3 thoughts on “A closer look at New Brunswick's fracking fight

  1. My response to the shill Craig Leonard… Our anger stems from the fear of the KNOWN, thanks to victims of air and water pollution caused by fracking documenting evidence and sharing it with those who will listen.

  2. We need to support these guys. True Canadians trying to keep this great land from being further exploited. They are not afraid of the unknown they just see a lot more clearly and have more realistic and natural values.

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