Pipeline Protest Won’t Alter Law, Says Resource Minister

Cabinet will not reopen energy regulatory hearings to the general public despite clashes over a British Columbia pipeline project, says the Minister of Natural Resources. Greg Rickford reaffirmed only Canadians “directly affected” by projects should be permitted at hearings of the National Energy Board: “There will always be a difference of opinion”.

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