Horgan: Province’s legal fight with TM expansion has "run its course"
for Petroleum News
British Columbia Premier John Horgan sent the clearest message yet to the backers of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion that they can go ahead with their C$7.4 billion project to ship crude bitumen from Alberta across his province to a tanker terminal in Vancouver.
“We believe that the court case....
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