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Dr. Scott Mundle discusses helium production in Western Canada

Published on: Tue, 01/07/2020
Last Modified: Tue, 01/07/2020 - 11:04am


University of Windsor GLIER professor, Dr. Scott Mundle, is being featured in multiple major news outlets to talk about the advantages Western Canada has in the production of helium.  North American Helium plans to begin supplying the demand for helium, which has less impact on the envirionment and is quite plentiful. 
 

Articles were published through CBC, Globe and Mail, and CTV News.