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Water woes in Stoney Creek

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Earlier this week, NDP leader Dominic Cardy called for a moratorium on shale gas drilling in the Stoney Creek area near Moncton. He said lab tests found well water there contaminated with methane, diesel and barium and was unsafe for drinking. CBC reporter Karen Rawlines visited Stoney Creek and discovered that for residents there, bad water is nothing new.

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