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Martyn Brown: There’s dumb, and there’s Alberta dumb—and Rachel Notley’s Bill 12 is both

  • Tue, 17 Apr 2018 14:35
The Canadian constitution explicitly prohibits provinces from treating regions of the country in a discriminatory way with exports, but that hasn't dissuaded Alberta premier Rachel Notley from threatening to cut off oil exports to B.C. The Georgia Straight


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