Nova Scotia Premier meets with Northern Pulp union, stresses need for mill to meet environmental standards

Darren Calabrese/The Globe And Mail

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Nova Scotia’s premier met with the union representing workers at the embattled Northern Pulp mill Wednesday, telling them he thinks the mill has a future – but only if it meets environmental standards.

The mill’s parent company has warned it will be shut down unless it can dump millions of litres of waste water directly into the Northumberland Strait.

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Source: The Globe and Mail

 

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