Mac backers still believers
NWT minister: Mackenzie gas line economics strong; Imperial remains committed
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Take a break from the relentless stream of doom and gloom.
Two of those most closely connected to the Mackenzie Gas Project are not ready to cut and run.
Northwest Territories Industry Minister Brendan Bell said the economics underpinning development of Mackenzie Delta gas are as strong as ever, not....
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