Splits among Mac line foes
Aboriginals attack greens, likening interveners to anti-fur crusaders
By Gary Park
For Petroleum News
They brought the first attempt to open up Canada’s northern natural gas resources to a halt in the 1970s and some of them still threaten to derail the current version of a Mackenzie Valley pipeline.
But that is where the similarity ends.
Aboriginal and environmental leaders who are challenging the C....
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