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Trudeau government planned 'no conspiracy' to get oil pipeline built: attorney

Reuters Tuesday, 17 December 2019
The Canadian government tried its best to consult indigenous groups about plans to expand its oil pipeline and undertook "no conspiracy" to ram it through the approval stage, a federal lawyer said in court on Tuesday.
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