Christy Clark has big plans for energy exports from British Columbia, in the form of liquefied natural gas on tanker ships to Asian markets. But that needs to happen soon if it’s going to happen. And it can only happen with the support of aboriginal groups in the province. So Clark had a lot to tell her colleagues in Charlottetown about relations with First Nations and about export markets. Like everyone at the conference, she was heartened by the enthusiastic participation of the new guy, Quebec’s premier Philippe Couillard.
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