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The blue spray paint said "crook."
"We'll have a good day.''
The party says it will stop the "gravy plane."
The company thought issues surrounding the province's review of the pipeline had been resolved.
Wall is increasingly the voice of "small-c conservative arguments."
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Meanwhile, Brad Wall remains Canada's most popular premier.
When Mayor Denis Coderre, the spokeman of the 82 municipalities of Montreal 's Urban Community, said "no" to TransCanada's Energy East pipeline, there was an uproar in Western Canada. Many, including Premier Brad Wall and Rick Mercer made wild accusations, saying this was a national unity question.
Feb. 22 is the earliest the La Loche high school could reopen.
The proposal would cost Ottawa $156 million.
The NDP called for an investigation into the complicated string of transactions.
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"We have a referee. It's the National Energy Board and it's the regulatory bodies and they should do their job, to be sure,"
"This is a last resort. This is not something that we want to do."
Energy East would transport about one million barrels of oil a day from Alberta and Saskatchewan to refineries in Eastern Canada.