Wetlands To Cost $1M/Acre

Destruction of federally-protected wetlands by a public works mega-project will cost taxpayers more than $1 million an acre, says Environment Canada. Construction of the $4.2 billion Champlain Bridge will damage the “unique ecosystem” of a protected bird sanctuary in the St. Lawrence River: “These islands are basically disappearing.”

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