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Union leader says Northern Gateway should be used to eliminate need for future pipelines

John Telford is the Canadian Director of the United Association of Plumbers, Pipefitters and Welders. He says his organization supports the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline project as a means to create jobs but, more importantly, as a way to make money to invest in future refining projects so no future export pipelines are needed.

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