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Nobel laureate speaks out on Energy East

JodyWilliamsMay2010.jpgJody Williams is best known for her work to ban landmines, for which she won a Nobel Peace Prize. But she's since moved on to other projects, including an effort to halt expansion of Alberta's oilsands. She was in Ottawa this week, where she met people who live along the route for the proposed Energy East pipeline - and spoke with Alan about her concerns.


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