Throughout from the fishing pier in Pictou, Nova Scotia, smokestacks pump out billowing clouds of white smoke that drift over the uneven water. The Northern Pulp mill sits on one aspect of the harbor, churning out pulp that’s used to make rest room paper and paper towels. On the opposite, fishermen who make a dwelling catching lobster, crab, herring, and mackerel tie up their boats.

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The fishing piers and the pulp mill signify two of the…

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