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Pipeline exploration work goes unattended on northern BC rivers

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(The Skeena River meeting the Bulkley River near New Hazleton -- credit/wikipedia)

Questions are being raised about HOW much water is allowed to be taken from northern rivers during exploration work, now that it is no longer regulated by Government
CBC's Marissa Harvey has more. 

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