Canada pipeline panel wants its findings followed
CALGARY, Alberta, Oct 15 (Reuters) - A panel that studied the environmental and social impact of a C$16.2 billion ($16 billion) Canadian Arctic gas pipeline is rebuking Ottawa's efforts to reject many of its recommendations in a dispute that is delaying the line's regulatory decision.
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