For several weeks, several people have been accusing the cannabis producer HEXO for the deaths of hundreds of fish found this summer in the rivers of the Lièvre and the Outaouais.
Although there was no direct link between the death of the fish and the Hexo cannabis greenhouses at Masson-Anger on the edge of the Ottawa River, rumors persisted.
Well now the cause is known and it is the hydroelectric plant of Masson.
The Department of the Environment points to the Masson hydroelectric generating station, which is operated by Brookfield Power.
“I deem it imperative to send a clear message to its leaders that their activities must be carried out with respect for the environment and, in this case, for aquatic life. I use the recourses available to me to do my best to return to normal in Gatineau. “
Benoit Charette, Minister of the Environment and the Fight Against Climate Change
Certain conditions of operation of the plant caused a phenomenon of supersaturation in dissolved gas, which caused the death of many fish.
The ministry demands that steps be taken to prevent such a situation from happening again in the future.
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