Major Resources to be Diverted from Canada's Rupert River, Colorado's Poudre

The native Crees of Northern Quebec anguish over their decision to allow the Canadian government to divert water enormous amounts of water from one of north America’s last untouched rivers. They capitulated, despite years of protest over similar projects, because of the promise of jobs. “Nonetheless, environmental groups mounted a last-ditch effort to stop the project, saying the diversion endangers the Rupert River trout species, among the biggest in the world.” Rheal Seguin in the Toronto Globe and Mail.
Meanwhile, in Colorado, residents of Fort Collins are wondering whether a deal to create additional water resources will threaten the Poudre River.

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