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Not much changes after B.C. and Alberta premiers meet over oilsands

CALGARY – It appears not much has changed following a brief meeting between the premiers of B.C. and Alberta over the proposed Northern Gateway oilsands pipeline.


 

CALGARY – It appears not much has changed following a brief meeting between the premiers of B.C. and Alberta over the proposed Northern Gateway oilsands pipeline.

B.C. Premier Christy Clark says she continues to have environmental concerns about Enbridge’s (TSX:ENB) $6 billion project.

Speaking in Calgary, Clark also reiterated B.C. wants a share of the revenues from the pipeline.

Premier Alison Redford also stuck to her guns, saying Alberta is not willing to share any revenue from the project because the oilsands resource belongs to Albertans.

Redford says the entire country would benefit economically from the pipeline.

The pipeline would carry diluted bitumen from the oilsands from Alberta across some of B.C.’s most pristine lands and waterways before being loaded onto tankers bound for Asia.


 
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Not much changes after B.C. and Alberta premiers meet over oilsands

  1. Oh gee, no change, huh? Nothing like heart thumping contrived issues.

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