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Students tell province their thoughts on the oilsands

High school students across Alberta linked up for a video town hall to talk about the future of the oilsands on Tuesday.
High school students told the province what they think about development in the oil sands 2:05

High school students across Alberta linked up for a video town hall to talk about the future of the oilsands on Tuesday. 

The town hall, a project between the province’s energy ministry and the Pembina Institute, was hosted at Queen Elizabeth High School in Edmonton.

Next month, some of the students will write a white paper that will be presented to the Alberta legislature.

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