Gateway turning into a wall
Stiff opposition to Enbridge’s plan for pipeline to carry crude to Kitimat, and to tankers which would be required to move oil
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Enbridge’s hopes of opening a door to Asia for crude from the Alberta oil sands are encountering increasingly stiff resistance.
The latest to join the movement against the Northern Gateway Project is the Union of British Columbia Municipalities, representing villages, towns and cities across the pro....
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Line to Kitimat
Apache, EOG on sidelines
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