Canada: Christy Clark’s unenviable path to B.C. pipeline prosperity

Globe and Mail: The last time a Canadian Premier complained loudly about getting shortchanged in energy developments, he dug in his heels and made what turned out to be very lucrative deals for his province. That was Newfoundland's Danny Williams, who in the past decade demanded better terms from the world's largest oil majors as they planned the Hebron project on the Grand Banks. The pugnacious former leader won the right to buy a 4.9-per-cent stake in the multibillion-dollar development, and established......

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