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Steve Kallick

The pipeline dream lurking in Canada's wild

By Steve Kallick
December 10, 2007

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ONE OF many ways to combat global warming is to replace our dirtiest, carbon-polluting fuels, especially coal and oil, with cleaner fuels like natural gas. So proponents of the Mackenzie Valley pipeline, an 800-mile megaproject to tap into Canada's natural gas reserves, now say that's their plan. They want us to believe, somehow, that building this massive project through Canada's ... (Full article: 692 words)

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