Fracking in Nova Scotia should be put on hold to allow for more study: expert

Canadian Press: Hydraulic fracturing should not proceed in Nova Scotia until a broader public discussion is held and more research is completed, says the head of an expert panel reviewing the industry's potential in the province. David Wheeler, president of Cape Breton University, said Friday the province needs more time to get up to speed with the rapidly expanding unconventional oil and gas industry. "We need more research in a couple of particular areas before anyone could take a view on whether this is......

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