Resources & Energy

Pipeline pandering and broken promises

Trudeau and Notley’s election pitch was that by treating energy, the environment, First Nations, and communities less menacingly than Harper did, they could get better results. If that proves false, it will undermine their appeal.

The social-licence philosophy of Alberta Premier Rachel Notley and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured last year, may be put to the test by pipeline projects, suggests Paul Wells. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright


PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016 12:00 AM

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