Regulatory Mea Culpa: Public Does Not Trust Energy Board

The National Energy Board in a mea culpa to cabinet says “controversial changes” by the last government compromised its work, and that it must regain public trust. “Status quo in Board operations will no longer suffice,” CEO Peter Watson wrote the Minister of Natural Resources: “The fault lies with us”.

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