Canadian clarification

With pointed words sure to puncture sensitivities to the south, the Canadian government has declared its intention to inoculate the national economy against environmental paralysis funded by outside provocateurs. Bravo. Joe Oliver, federal minister of natural resources, delivered the message on Jan. 9 before hearings on Enbridge's proposed Northern Gateway pipeline. The project would carry bitumen from the Alberta oil sands from Edmonton to a shipping terminal at Kitimat, BC. The route often is portrayed as that by which Albertan production will proceed to China if the US rejects expansion of TransCanada's Keystone system to the Texas Gulf Coast. Like the Keystone XL proposal, Northern Ga...

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