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Oilsands advocates happy with election, but Alberta should apologize to B.C.: professor

B.C. premier Christy Clark has said her province doesn't need Alberta.
The election of the B.C. Liberals to government on Tuesday is the outcome wanted by oilsands advocates, says University of Calgary political science professor Barry Cooper. But as he tells Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata, not all is well in B.C.-Alberta relations.

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