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Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Demonstration by Tyendinaga Mohawks highlights lack of federal action on deaths of over 800 aboriginal women

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Rail traffic is set to restart Wednesday in Quebec's Lac-Mégantic, five months after the derailment and explosion of a train carrying crude oil killed 47 people, spilled six million liters of oil and destroyed the town. The restart comes amidst ongoing disturbing revelations: Investigators say more, and more explosive oil spilled than was thought, clean-up crews are still fighting "a toxic villain (that) is on the move," and critics note oil companies are increasingly using rail to move their...

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