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Can the B.C. Liberals use Northern Gateway pipeline to overtake NDP lead in next election?

Michael Byers is a political science professor at UBC. He thinks the B.C. Liberals are trying to position themselves as the economically and environmentally responsible party in the lead-up to the next provincial election, and are using the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline project as the way to do that. But he also doesn't think it will be enough for them to overtake the NDP.

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