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Stockwell Day says Clark on right track in pipeline royalty fight

Stockwell Day (Fred Chartrand/Canadian Press)
Premier Christy Clark is front and centre in the media these days, but you have to wonder what her endgame is in the Northern Gateway pipeline saga.

Why has she picked a fight with a neighbouring premier?

If she wants an answer to this, why did she walk out of national energy strategy talks with her fellow premiers?

Will her latest manoever end in "check" or "stalemate" ?    

Stockwell Day has been following the Enbridge saga. He's a former leader of the Canadian Alliance, has served as Finance Minister in Alberta and, as was a former federal cabinet minister as an MP for Okanagan Coquihalla.

He explained his take, to Daybreak host Chris Walker.
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