Feds hearing more from industry than environmentalists on pipelines, according to lobbyists registry

‘Take a look at the decisions that have been made,’ Environmental Defence’s Dale Marshall says when asked if he fears the energy industry is having too much sway with government.

The office of Natural Resource Minister Jim Carr says he and his staff 'have met regularly with environmental groups since taking office. The minister and his staff are always open to meeting environmental groups.' The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright


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