Japanese experts return to Grassy Narrows

In late August a team of Japanese scientists returned to Grassy Narrows to investigate the mercury poisoning.  This is their fifth visit since the late Dr. Harada first came to Grassy Narrows in 1975.  Their investigation is by far the longest running and most comprehensive study of mercury in Grassy Narrows, a topic that the government has been negligent in failing to monitor in detail.

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CBC The National
Mercury Board Chair Wanlin Talks
CBC Superior Morning, September 2, 2014


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