Nova Scotia spaceport submits report for environmental assessment

CANSO, N.S. -- Canada's first commercial spaceport has submitted its proposal for environmental assessment, and is now awaiting approval from Nova Scotia's environment minister to begin construction on the site that is expected launch its first rocket in 2021.

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