No Projects Without “Trust”

New oil and gas projects must include a federal assessment of cumulative effects on the environment, says a government bill introduced yesterday in the Commons. Cabinet’s 351-page rewrite of regulations stopped short of moving National Energy Board directors from Calgary to Ottawa as recommended by a 2017 panel: “You can’t get projects through if you don’t have the trust of the public.”

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