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Mud and Water, CKUW
Emma Liu, Council of Canadians
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Nov. 5, 2013, 10:33 p.m.
Western Manitoba has been riding the edge of an oil boom that has transformed the neighbouring jurisdictions of Saskatchewan and North Dakota. In 2012, production reached a record 19 million barrels. New technologies like fracking have enabled producers to access reserves that were previously not commercially viable. Environmentalists have raised concerns about fracking and the dangers it poses to water, land and the atmosphere. Joining to discuss the implications of fracking in Manitoba is Emma Liu, water campaigner with the Council of Canadians.
Josh Brandon, Karen Mackintosh

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