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The Federal Government's Position on The Northern Gateway Pipeline

The Northern Gateway Pipeline has yet to be approved. And already...B.C. and Alberta's premiers are squabbling over royalties from the project. But before fighting over how to divide the money, shouldn't the federal government figure out how to safely build and regulate the pipeline? That's the question Harry Swain is asking. He is a former federal deputy minister of Industry Canada and Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.


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