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Business Professor Speaks Up On Pipeline To Alberta

Canada's Natural Resource Minister says it's a good idea.
In a rare show of unanimity, the two parties in the New Brunswick Legislature voiced their support. The chorus of proponents for a pipeline reaching from Alberta to Saint John is gaining more voices. Richard Dixon is the Executive Director of the Centre of Applied Business Research in Energy and the Environment at the University of Alberta School of Business.


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