No sign of quitting from Enbridge
Committed to Northern Gateway, despite First Nations opposition; former minister says Canada needs to expand beyond ‘mere ownership’
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The tougher the opposition gets, the more determined Enbridge becomes to complete its Northern Gateway project.
But, just in case, it’s also dusting off plans to build pipeline extensions in the eastern and southern United States to handle fast-rising production from the Alberta oil sands and the Ba....
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