For more than 50 years, white foam and dark water have filled part of a lifeless harbour on Nova Scotia's north shore.
Now the hunt for solutions is creating a rift that's pitting industry against industry and neighbour against neighbour.
At the centre of it all is the Northern Pulp mill that has been permitted to dump effluent into Pictou County's Boat Harbour since opening in 1967.
Source: CBC News
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