Trudeau can’t have it both ways on pipelines: or can he?

But the thorniest problem is political: new pipelines have become a desperate lifeline in Alberta, as 20,000 oil jobs vanish and unemployment grows. Real people, real anguish—but the solution for them, and for oil workers elsewhere, is not a hugely expensive bet on the past. It is an investment in their future.

By SUSAN RILEY

PUBLISHED : Monday, Feb. 8, 2016 12:00 AM

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