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Canada's Minister of Fisheries and Oceans refuses to protect the Nooksack Dace, a stream-dwelling minnow that lives in only four streams in British Columbia's Fraser Valley, environmentalists claim in Vancouver, B.C., Federal Court.

New York State and Steuben County claim in Buffalo Federal Court that these defendants dumped hazardous waste at a landfill in Lindley: Ingersoll-Rand Co., Corning, Kraft Foods Global, New York State Electric & Gas Corp., and The United States of America.

New York State and Yates County claim in Buffalo Federal Court that these defendants dumped hazardous waste at a landfill in Torrey: Seneca Foods Corp., Coach & Equipment Manufacturing Corp., Ferro Corp., La-Z-Boy, New York State Electric and Gas Corp., The Salvation Army, Robert F. Andersen, John A. Banach Sr., Norma E. Banach dba Elm Street Barber Shop, Beaumont & Stork, The Elliott Agency, James D. Stork, Ellen M. Stork, Steven D. Stork, Susan B. Stork, Celanire Corp. dba Morgan Marine and Land And Sea Properties, City Hill Construction, Collins Paving & Construction, Patrick J. D'Abbracci dba Hill Top Inn, Eastview Veterinary Clinic, Herbert T. Fitch II dba Fitch Auto Supply, June Hall, Deborah Hepker, Larry Hall dba Tear's Meat Market, Henderson's Drug Store, John J. Holly, Karla M. Holly dba Holly's Red Rooster, Ira Wyman Inc., J.J. McGovern Wallpaper and Paint, John A. Banach Jr., Sandra Banach, J&L Seneca Farms, Johnson Smith Florist, K&L Cleaners, Knapp & Schlappi Lumber Co., Terry Knapton dba K&K Contractors, and Floyd D. Lane.

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