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Kitimat votes on Northern Gateway pipeline

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Kitimat is holding a non-binding plebiscite on whether the community supports the Northern Gateway pipeline project.

On April 12, residents of Kitimat will vote on whether they support Enbridge's proposed Northern Gateway pipeline. It has no legal effect on whether the pipeline goes ahead, but is being closely watched by both proponents and opponents of the project. George Baker speaks with Donny Van Dyke, who is for the project, and Murray Minchin, who is against.

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