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Albertan mayor sees benefits of pipeline project

While opposition to the Northern Gateway pipeline project spills over in B.C., in Alberta it's just the opposite. You are much more likely to find a supporter of the plan on that side of the border. Among them is Trevor Thain, mayor of Whitecourt-- a town directly on the Albertan side of the proposed pipeline route. He explains his position.

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