Ottawa will not commit to federal assessment of Northern Pulp plan

'Let's be clear, right now there is a provincial assessment and we play a significant role in that assessment,' says Catherine McKenna, federal minister responsible for environment and climate change. (Mitch Cormier/CBC)

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The federal government is not committing to an environmental assessment of Northern Pulp's plans to pump treated effluent from their plant into the Northumberland Strait.

"We're still evaluating whether a federal assessment is necessary," Catherine McKenna, federal minister responsible for environment and climate change told Island Morning host Mitch Cormier.

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Source: CBC News

 

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