Fed ‘Engagement’ Tour Cost $300K; Public Wasn’t Invited

The National Energy Board spent nearly $300,000 on a “national engagement tour” that didn’t include any public meetings. The initiative followed 2012 amendments to the National Energy Board Act limiting public testimony at licensing hearings: “We need to be far more attentive”.

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