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Nortel Networks is fighting a provincial order to clean its polluted former plant site in south London.
The one-time star of Canada’s high-tech sector is arguing it’s bankrupt and can’t afford the $10-million cost to stop compounds linked to cancer from spreading from its property near Hwy. 401 — even though Nortel is about to rake in at least $900 million from selling its patents
For its polluted London site, Nortel has gone to court to challenge the ministry order against it, arguing bankruptcy law trumps environmental law.