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Cornering Gas: Thursday

Water, Earthquakes and growing towns -- oh my!

First, Daybreak's Cornering Gas team Robert Doane and Betsy Trumpener hear from northeast residents who are concerned about the water use in the region's Oil and Gas industry.

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Next, it's Town and Fracking. Fort Nelson is booming and that's changing the local landscape.

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Could a RUMBLIN' in the horn river be man-made? As international companies descend upon the world class gas play, there seems to be a whole lotta shaking goin on.

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