Cenovus boss goes political
Brian Ferguson takes issue with promises of opposition candidates to reverse Harper administration’s approval of Northern Gateway
For Petroleum News
One of Canada’s top petroleum industry executives has taken the unusual step of going head-to-head with the two national political leaders who are both hoping to form the next federal government by ending the nine-year rule of Prime Minister Stephen Harper in an election next year.
“We should be out....
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Candidates promise reversal
Poll shows continued hesitation
Impact on First Nations concern
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