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Frank McKenna on Petroleum Pipelines

The former premier of New Brunswick - and current deputy chair of Toronto Dominion Bank of Canada - has been talking about the need for cross-provincial pipelines.

Frank McKenna believes the delays in constructing pipes to carry Alberta oil products to new markets is costing the country dearly.

He spoke with Maritime Magazine's Harry Forestell last week.

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