Mac buyout talk rebuffed
Imperial says no way, feds say future up to private sector; newspaper stands by story
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The Mackenzie Gas Project is not dead and Imperial Oil is not stepping aside as operator, says Pius Rolheiser, spokesman for the lead partner.
The Canadian government has “no interest” in either partially, or wholly buying out the corporate partners, says federal Indian Affairs and Northern Develop....
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