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Source: Global News

Trans Mountain spat ‘is exactly why we have a federal government,’ Jagmeet Singh says

Monday 14:32 GMT

NDP leader Jagmeet Singh says the premiers of Alberta and British Columbia are each fulfilling their promises to constituents on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, in spite of the fact that they now find themselves in direct conflict.

READ MORE: NEB green-lights work on Trans Mountain expansion in Burnaby despite opposition. Asked if he, like many members of the New Democratic Party, comes down on Horgan’s side, Singh said he believes the basic process for approving a project like Trans Mountain needs an overhaul.

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Source: CBS News

Dispatcher killed in crash; husband hears emergency dispatch

Tuesday 12:42 GMT

Authorities say a Minneapolis 911 dispatcher was killed while driving to work when she was hit head-on by a drunken driver in Brooklyn Park - and her husband heard the call while monitoring emergency dispatch audio at home.

CBS Minnesota says her husband, Daniel Bixby, heard the emergency call at home and later learned his wife was the victim of the crash when troopers came to his door to deliver the news.

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Source: Global News

Canadians split 50-50 on B.C.-Alberta pipeline spat, but more say project delays are wrong: poll

Friday 08:06 GMT

Canadians are split right down the middle when it comes to who is in the right over the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, a project that has helped to open a major rift between B.C. and Alberta.

And Alberta’s — that the project could create jobs and bring oil to foreign markets, boosting the Albertan and Canadian economies.


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