Harper encounters pipeline foes in BC
Climate change activists penetrate security, disrupt speech in defense of oil sands pipelines; Harper says approval not assured
For Petroleum News
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper started out 2014 where many thought he should have been long ago.
He made a week-long swing through Western Canada offering what he obviously viewed as a rationale argument for exporting oil sands bitumen and LNG.
Others showed they were more interested in dis....
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