Board Had 66% Reject Rate

The National Energy Board rejected two-thirds of applicants who sought intervenor status at licensing hearings on a pipeline project, new records show. The refusals followed 2012 amendments to federal law that limited public input: ‘This is the reason the Board does not enjoy the confidence of the public’.

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