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December 20, 2006

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Northern Quebec's Pristine Rupert River in Trouble

Long opposed to energy development on the wild Rupert River, the Crees of Northern Quebec have reluctantly agreed to trade jobs and money for their approval of the province's latest plan to divert water for hydroelectric power. At stake, reports Rheal Seguin, is one of the world's last great untouched rivers--not to mention its world-class fishing.
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