Canadian officials have never admitted to a single case of Minamata disease in northwestern Ontario
By Kelly Crowe, CBC News, September 2, 2014
First the mink and the otter began to disappear. Then the local people started noticing something odd about the way the eagles and turkey vultures were flying overhead. One man watched his kitten walking in circles, salivating and convulsing.
These were the early warning signs around 1970 that something sinister was happening at Grassy Narrows along the Wabigoon River in northwestern Ontario.
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