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A seismic shift in perception towards fracking

For years people in the north have wondered how the natural gas industry's hydraulic fracturing -- fracking -- is effecting the land they live on. Wonder no more. A new B.C. government report points out it is having a major impact, causing unprecedented seismic activity in the Horn River Basin. Daybreak's Robert Doane has been tracking this story since Day 1. He speaks with host Betsy Trumpener.

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