Water off-limits at three New Brunswick parks after blue-green algae found
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MONCTON, N.B. — Water at three New Brunswick parks has been declared off-limits because of blue-green algae, which produces toxins that have killed three dogs in the province in recent weeks. The City of Moncton says the water at Mapleton Park, Jones Lake and Centennial Park is off-limits to recreation, including kayaking and canoeing. The […]▶ Full story on nationalpost.com
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