Alberta agricultural land faces pipeline invasion; C$23B in projects on horizon
Alberta rural property owners have been served notice that their properties are about to be hit by a wave of new pipelines.
David MacInnis, president of the Canadian Energy Pipelines Association, told agricultural producers that projects worth about C$23 billion are expected over the next 12 to 15 y....
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