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Ruth Cook, public relations chairwoman with the Council of Canadians — Thunder Bay, holds a jar of dilbit, or diluted bitumen, which would flow through the proposed Energy East pipeline.
(Sandi Krasowski)
Ruth Cook, public relations chairwoman with the Council of Canadians — Thunder Bay, holds a jar of dilbit, or diluted bitumen, which would flow through the proposed Energy East pipeline. (Sandi Krasowski)

A proposed pipeline to carry diluted bitumen from Alberta’s oil sands to Eastern Canada came under the local scope during a public forum held by a group who says the project poses huge risks to the co

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