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Pipeline police in Alberta

RCMP have created a new INSET team based in Alberta to protect the energy industry and "critical infrastructure" from attacks by "extremists."
   The Alberta squad will include specially trained officers from  from the RCMP, Edmonton and Calgary police, Border services, and CSIS.
To find out what it may mean for northern BC, Betsy Trumpener spoke with terrorism expert Paul Joosse.


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