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Harper also maintains it s in the vital interest of British Columbia and Canada to diversify export markets with infrastructure projects that can help get Canadian resources to Asia, according to Vancouver Sun. Speaking Tuesday on the issue for the first time since B.C. outlined its demands, Harper said the project is being independently assessed by the National Energy Board joint review panel and that his government does not pick and choose particular projects and oTTAWA Prime Minister Stephen Harper says science not politics will ultimately determine whether the Northern Gateway pipeline proceeds, and he is refusing to get into an argument with British Columbia about how to share hypothetical revenues from the project. British Columbia Premier Christy Clark has set five economic and environmental conditions that must be met including B.C. receiving its fair share of economic benefits from Ottawa and Alberta before her government will support the $5.5-billion Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline. (www.immigrantscanada.com).
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