British Columbia port in storm?
Neufeld rejects Ottawa-based centerís call for higher royalties, end to subsidies, gas production limits, new carbon tax and more
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While neighboring Alberta is buffeted by a storm that rivals those which usually pound the Pacific coast, all is calm in British Columbia.
Even an attempt by the Canadian Center for Policy Alternatives to stir the waters by calling for higher royalties in British Columbia was quickly brought under c....
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