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B.C. Conservative Leader John Cummins on Enbridge Pipeline

The BC government wants to renegotiate the terms of the Northern Gateway Pipeline Project. Environment Minister Terry Lake says the province is assuming too much risk without enough economic benefits. Today the government announced new requirements all new pipelines must meet before they receive provincial approval.  They include improved oil-spill response systems, extensive aboriginal consultation and increased revenue-sharing. We spoke to BC Conservative Leader John Cummins to find out how he thinks Enbridge's pipeline approval process is unfolding so far.
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