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Alberta pipelines are bad but foreign oil is fine?

Financial Post: "In one of the great ironies of modern Canadian life, a country with among the world’s largest oil reserves, both offshore and on the prairies, has imported $488 billion in foreign oil since 1988. Article content Break down that $488 billion and some interesting patterns emerge. Most Canadians probably wouldn’t guess that the province with the most oil imports is also the one whose pundits and politicians are most reflexively opposed to oil extraction and pipelines — Quebec. Quebec has imported over $228 billion in foreign oil since 1988 — far more than any other province."

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