On The Coast | Nov 4, 2013 | 6:30

Burnaby Politicians Want To Know What Hazards Are Rolling Through Town

Stephen Quinn speaks with Burnaby City Councilor Nick Volkow, about a city report that confirms nobody really knows what hazardous materials are sent by train through Burnaby.

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