A tiny Canadian town just beat a multimillion dollar oil company in court
In 2011, the Canadian province of Quebec granted Montreal-based utility giant Gastem a drilling permit to explore the eastern part of the territory for oil and gas. The company settled on a spot of land in the tiny village of Ristigouche Sud-Est, population: 157.
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The city of Point Roberts is actually part of BC, Canada and not Washington, USA!
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