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Canadian country music star spurs unlikely coalition against coal
by Chris Arsenault
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
19 July 2021
On 19 July 2021 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Canadian country rocker Corb Lund might not be an obvious choice as a campaigner against fossil fuel expansion. But the music star has taken on an unexpected new role, as a leader of efforts to stop new open pit coal mines in western Canada's iconic Rocky Mountains. ... Lund has helped pull together an unlikely coalition of opponents including ranchers, rural landowners, indigenous groups, urban environmentalists, and some oil industry workers.
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