Canada: B.C. Premier Christy Clark derails bid to forge national energy strategy

Vancouver Sun: B.C. Premier Christy Clark says her government will not sign onto any national energy strategy until British Columbia’s dispute with Alberta and the federal government over the Northern Gateway oil pipeline is resolved. Clark’s announcement Friday during the final day of the annual Council of the Federation conference torpedoed any hopes of Canada’s 13 premiers agreeing to a new Canadian energy strategy that’s being trumpeted by Alberta’s Alison Redford, who has been sparring with Clark all week......

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