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Energy East cancellation hasn’t hurt Liberals yet, but could haunt them in 2019: pollsters

Prominent pollsters say there is a chance that the Liberals lose seats in New Brunswick and Western Canada if opposition parties are able to persuade voters that a loss of jobs and harm to their personal finances were caused by decisions in Ottawa.

The cancellation of the country-spanning Energy East pipeline on Oct. 5 set off a wave of blame against Justin Trudeau from conservative politicians nationwide. Photograph courtesy of TransCanada

PUBLISHED :Monday, Oct. 16, 2017 12:00 AM

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