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Government, company say no conflict in gas-well study

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A gas well (CBC)
The Peace Environment and Safety Trustees Society environmental group says they are concerned a company hired by the B.C. government to study oil and gas health risks in the Peace Region may be biased because of its previous work for the industry. But both the government and the company say the report will be based solely on science.



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