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Dear sir:

On April 5, the headline on the front page of the Thunder Bay Chronicle Journal read “Lead Found in Drinking Water.”

This was a news article about a Grade 7 student, Joe Frenette, who discovered—while working on his project for the science fair—that there was 0.03 mg of lead in his school’s drinking water. The allowable amount of lead is 0.01 mg per litre.

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