Canada reaches out to Obama
Northern neighbor has been quietly opening up channels since Democratic convention; environment, cross-border trade issues
For Petroleum News
In the best Boy Scout tradition, Canada has been quietly opening up lines of communication into what is now the Obama administration in an effort to head off any unpleasant surprises when Barack Obama is sworn into office in January.
There is plenty of cause for anxiety, with Obama indicating he is....
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