Looks like a gas pipline
Prentice: Mackenzie has ‘never been closer’; hint of Deh Cho breakthrough
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The Mackenzie Gas Project has received a double dose of good news, with Environment Minister Jim Prentice declaring that Canada has “never been closer” to moving ahead with the Arctic venture at the same time that a major barrier to construction of a pipeline across aboriginal land showed signs of t....
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Hint at Deh Cho breakthrough
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