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Is the ultimate destiny for the Enbridge Northern Gateway hearings violent conflict?



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Northern Gateway opponents aren't budging on their positon that the double-pipeline project should not be approved. The federal review for the project wraps up final arguments next week in Terrace. (George Baker/CBC)

Daybreak's George Baker brings us up to date with the latest from the Enbridge Northern Gateway joint review hearings -- where some project opponents say they fear where the politics behind the project is heading.

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