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Gas prices expected to spike amid pipeline protests

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As the anti-pipeline protests continue to shut down crucial parts of Canada’s infrastructure, the CostalGas Link pipeline and there is much confusion when it comes to the Wet’suwet’en people’s stance on it. The Premier of BC John Horgan told the CBC that it’s a fight within the nation between the …

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Crikey Worm: Wilkie and Christiansen’s international mission

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Good morning, early birds. Two Australian MPs have flown to London to visit Julian Assange in prison, and universities say the coronavirus travel ban risks $1.2 billion in lost fees. It’s the news you need to know, with Chris Woods. Australian MPs Andrew Wilkie and George Christensen speak outside Belmarsh prison, …

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WATCH: Scheer RIPS Trudeau for pipeline inaction

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As the anti-pipeline protests continue to shut down crucial parts of Canada’s infrastructure, the CostalGas Link pipeline and there is much confusion when it comes to the Wet’suwet’en people’s stance on it. The Premier of BC John Horgan told the CBC that it’s a fight within the nation between the …

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EINP restores bison back to Woodland Cree First Nation

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Lawrence Lamouche, traditional lands manager for the Woodland Cree First Nation and Elder Kathleen Laboucan talk about Parks Canada’s conservation efforts with EINP superintendent Dale Kirkland during their visit to the park’s woods bison handling facility on Tuesday, Feb. 11. Lindsay Morey/News Staff It’s been 100 years in the making, …

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