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Protecting Fundy Park

A village councillor in Alma is worried the federal and provincial governments aren't doing enough to protect Fundy National Park. Fred Hall spoke with the CBC's Jessica Doria-Brown.

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We contacted Rob Moore, the Conservative MP for the area. Moore told us this is the first he's heard of Hall's concerns. He says that the cutting and spraying is happening outside of the park and his jurisdiction. But he says his government is committed to protecting Fundy and there's been "unprecedented investment" in the park over the last six years.

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