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Mud and Water, CKUW
Eric Reder, Wilderness Committee
 Mud and Water - CKUW  Contact Contributor
Feb. 7, 2012, 7:28 p.m.
In 2011, the Manitoba government passed the Save Lake Winnipeg Act. The Act included a clause that promised a moratorium on new peat leases, new permits or expansion of existing peat mines in Manitoba. The government argued that the measure was important to protect Lake Winnipeg and to meet Manitoba's greenhouse gas emission targets. However, a number of new peat mines may open, including one in Hecla Grindstone Provincial Park. Eric Reder is the campaign director of the Manitoba field office of the Wilderness Committee.
Josh Brandon, Val Cavers, Karen Mackintosh (host)

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