Canada's role in fixing Turkey's garbage problem

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Canada is playing a surprising — though small and passive — role in fixing Turkey's garbage problem. An Istanbul shop is taking giant sacks shipped to Turkey from lentil producers in places like Moose Jaw and turning them into bags and purses. The designer and the shop's owner started the project because they want to raise awareness about recycling in Turkey, has the dubious honour of ranking high on a recent international waste survey

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