Environment Canada Scientists Dr. Jane Kirk and Dr. Craig Hébert on mercury in the tarsands region

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Environment Canada scientists recently released a report on findings of a 7,300 sq mile ring of mercury surrounding the tarsands. Dr. Jane Kirk and Dr. Craig Hébert joined us to discuss their research.

Playlist:

Cree Confederation – Straight Crow Hop

Young Kingbird – 2 Step Song

Cris Derksen – So Afraid

Leanne Simpson – jiibay or aandizooke

City Natives – Honor Song Intro

Heebz the Earthchild – Eagles (no enbridge)

Leonard Sumner – Heart of Gold

Quese IMC – World So Beautiful

Beaatz & Abstrakt – Let’s Get It

 

Originally Aired Monday January 6, 2014

Photo Credits: Cory Leahy; Environment Canada

 

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