Information Morning - Saint John | Apr 29, 2013 | 9:21

Cooke Aquaculture Pays Up For Dumping Pesticides

Cooke Aquaculture pleaded guilty to two charges in relation to the death of lobsters in the Bay of Fundy. The deal requires $500,000 in fines and payments. Criminal charges against three executives will be dropped. Matthew Abbott is the Fundy Baykeeper.

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