Mackenzie Delay Costly :Report

Posted on Saturday, October 22 at 11:25 by 4Canada
Canada's two richest provinces would bear two-thirds of the financial pain if delays slow development, the report said. Ontario could face a $19-billion hit, the report said, and roughly half of that $8-billion would be borne by residential consumers. Alberta faces the biggest hit, $20-billion, mostly expected to hurt industrial users. The association is using the report to lobby Ottawa to do more for the Mackenzie line, as well the Alaska gas pipeline that would cross through Canada and liquefied natural gas import facilities. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20051022.wxpipe1022/BNStory/Business/

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