Why the proposed Frontier oilsands mine is a political hot potato - 2019-12-12

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F0.png Why the proposed Frontier oilsands mine is a political hot potato December 12, 2019, Sharon J. Riley, The Narwhal

The fate of a massive new oilsands project is being seen as the litmus test for the future of the oilsands themselves

There's a huge oilsands project that's getting a lot of attention these days — and it's not the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.

A massive new oilsands mine project — widely thought to be the largest Alberta will ever build — is awaiting final federal approval from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's cabinet.

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