Twins, a train and art in Brazil
The Brazil-based multi-national Vale Mining is well-known in Canada for vast mineral holdings in four provinces. Not to mention a bitter year-long strike in Sudbury last year. But back in Brazil, it's working on softening its image, one spray can at a time.
CBC's Connie Watson took a ride into The Brazilian interior, just for the art of it.
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