2018-05-16 (8 Days Old)Total Views: 8 | Last 7 Days: 1
The Liberal government has abandoned a plan to study options to cut the flow of natural gas to the Centennial Flame, part a "greening" project to reduce carbon emissions. The reversal follows a social-media campaign by the oil and gas industry that suggested the government was undermining national unity.
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