THE GLOBE AND MAIL – B.C. set to discuss LNG industry with federal government

VANCOUVER SUN – B.C. LNG minister says ‘we’re not afraid’ of federal environmental tests

By Dirk Meissner, The Canadian Press January 27, 2016 6:29 AM

British Columbia’s minister in charge of liquefied natural gas is heading to Ottawa for talks on how the federal government’s promised changes to environmental reviews will impact the province’s plans for a multibillion dollar LNG industry. “We’re not afraid, frankly,” Natural Gas Development Minister Rich Coleman said Tuesday. “We’re the guys who put in the carbon tax. We’ve been ahead of this curve. We’ve put in rules to make our LNG the cleanest in the world.”

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