Prentice: Best interests will rule
New Canadian minister says unanimous support not needed for Mackenzie natural gas pipeline, will not let one group sink project; Deh Cho leader says “bulldozer” approach wrong
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The outspoken Deh Cho First Nations were the apparent target of some equally blunt talk from Canada’s newly appointed Indian and Northern Affairs Minister Jim Prentice.
The federal government will not let one group sink the Mackenzie Gas Project, he told a public meeting in Norman Wells, Northwest T....
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