History’s industrial strategy haunts us today (Article)

“First came 50 years of progress. Then came 50 years of dead fish, stagnant water, methylmercury poisoning, silt buildup and dams collapsing.”


Allan Bonner reacts to the recent announcement that the Campbell Creek Dam in Fredericton will be removed, looking at why the dam was built, why it remained derelict for so long, and why that was dangerous.


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