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What happens when oil drilling is too close to home - Jan 21, 2014

People in Lethbridge are wary of plans Urban Drilling. An oil company is posed to drill wells inside city limits and outside the comfort zone of hundreds of parents and homeowners. It is a fight happening across the country from BC to Quebec.

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