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Quebec AM | Jan 15, 2013 | 14:21

Gaspé drops the hammer on Petrolia's oil drilling plans

The Town of Gaspé has given notice to the oil exploration company Petrolia. If the company moves ahead with drilling today on its Haldimand No. 4 site, it will be stopped, in the name of protecting the municipal water supply. Quebec AM's Glenn Wanamaker explains.

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