Ready to block Gateway
Opposition mobilizes against oil sands export line, bolstered by court decision
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The regulatory pieces are falling into place as fast as clouds are gathering over Enbridge’s plans for a Northern Gateway pipeline to carry oil sands production to a tanker port at Kitimat on the British Columbia coast.
Canada’s National Energy Board and Environment Minister Jim Prentice named the t....
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