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New Brunswick Minister of Transportation spotted at weekend Anti-shale gas rally

Interview with Claude Williams, MLA for Kent South

by Miles Howe

An ecstatic Claude Williams flanked by anti-shale gas activists. [Photo: Miles Howe]
An ecstatic Claude Williams flanked by anti-shale gas activists. [Photo: Miles Howe]

COCAGNE, NEW BRUNSWICK - Yesterday, July 20th, saw dozens of anti-shale gas activists stage a rally in the seaside community of Cocagne, New Brunswick. The high-spirited action brought together representatives from Acadian, Anglophone and First Nations Communities.

Also in attendance was lifetime Kent County resident and provincial Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure, Claude Williams.

I caught up with Williams and spoke with him about recent developments within the growing anti-shale gas movement in the province.

Please enjoy the following interview with Claude Williams.

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