Shutting down Canada's asbestos industry for good| March 28, 2012
The two remaining asbestos mines in Quebec have been shut down since last fall. A Canadian investor is trying to raise $25 million to re-open it. Meanwhile activists are working equally hard to keep the mine closed -- and to finally put an end to Canada's export of this deadly mineral. Kathleen Ruff is author of Exporting Harm: How Canada markets asbestos to the developing world.
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