Green groups, First Nations sue federal government over proposed B.C. LNG plant

After the September approval of the Pacific Northwest natural gas project in British Columbia (with 190 additional regulatory requirements added on), there was a slight feeling of optimism among those who believe that developing Canada’s oil and gas resources is critical to our well-being, and that of future generations of Canadians.In one column in the Globe and Mail, Jeffrey Jones opines that the Pacific Northwest approval offers a glimmer of hope to Alberta, which is desperate to get pipelines build to move its oil to tidewaters:The federal approval for the LNG project has given the oil patch some optimism that

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