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Alberta Woman Says Water Contaminated by Fracking

Thumbnail image for fractured-future-140.jpgJessica Ernst is a biologist who worked as an environmental consultant to the oil and gas industry. For the last 10 years she's been fighting a legal battle over her own water supply. She's launched a 33 million dollar lawsuit naming the gas company Encana, the Alberta government and the province's energy regulator. She claims that hydraulic fracking near her home in Rosebud contaminated her water and she's in the province sharing her experience.

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