From toxic stew to thriving urban ecosystem

Information Morning - Moncton

Marsh Creek in Saint John used to be a toxic eyesore. The creek flows from the city's east side into Courtenay Bay. On a warm day, the creek contributed to the famous smell that was a hallmark of life in Saint John for decades. But, those days are gone, thanks in a large part to the work of the Atlantic Coastal Action Program in Saint John. Graeme Stewart-Robertson is the current executive director of ACAP Saint John. He spoke with Jonna Brewer.

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