That's the kind of fallout from a rigid enviro-agenda that makes Gary Doer, the Canadian ambassador to the U.S., shake his head with bemusement. "The fundamental argument that if you stop the pipeline you stop oil from being developed is just wrong," he points out. "Oil gets to market."
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