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Why the Northern Gateway pipeline is worth the risk, according to Neil Godbout

The proposed Northern Gateway pipeline would carry oil to tankers for export to the U.S. and Asia.

Is it worth the risk? That question is at the centre of the debate on the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline. Neil Godbout has taken a view he says was unpopular not just in the community he serves but in his newsroom by writing two editorials in support of the project. He joined Betsy Trumpener in studio to explain why.

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You can read Neil's editorials at the Prince George Citizen's website:

Part One: The math doesn't add up

Part Two: Pipeline worth the risk

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