Saturday, January 19, 2019


   The federal government is likely to own the Trans Mountain pipeline until the political risks facing the project are safely past — certainly until after the coming election, Finance Minister Bill Morneau told CBC News.
  Meanwhile, Indigenous groups in Canada say they are serious about buying the pipeline and they want Ottawa to start getting serious about it too.
  "We still need some love from the minister of finance, but I'm certain we'll get it through co-operation and communication," said Chief Mike LeBourdais in an interview airing Saturday on CBC Radio's The House.

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