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Leonardo DiCaprio Fort McMurray

Leonardo DiCaprio is the latest U.S. celebrity to visit the oilsands, but he's certainly not the first. The "Wolf of Wall
Did you know that same study found the "dirtiest oil in North America" is not produced in Canada, but just outside your own hometown of Los Angeles, where the Placerita oil field generates about twice the level of upstream emissions as Canada's oilsands? Actually, the title of "world's dirtiest oil" goes to Brass crude blend from Nigeria where the uncontrolled release of methane during the oil extraction process generates upstream GHG emissions that is over four times higher than Canadian diluted bitumen?
You can now add a Hollywood heavyweight to the list of people calling for Prime Minister Stephen Harper to participate in
Oscar-nominated star Leonardo DiCaprio is in Fort McMurray to research a documentary about the oil sands, according to several