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B.C. premier-elect Christy Clark pauses during a news conference at her office in Vancouver on May 15, 2013, after winning a majority in the provincial election Tuesday.
B.C. premier-elect Christy Clark pauses during a news conference at her office in Vancouver on May 15, 2013, after winning a majority in the provincial election Tuesday.
(Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press)

How Ottawa will try to make Christy Clark love pipelines

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The stunning reversal of fortunes for Liberal Premier Christy Clark changes the script on the future of oil sands pipelines through British Columbia – from outright opposition of the provincial government if the NDP’s Adrian Dix had taken power, to a definite maybe under a surprisingly-re-elected Ms. Clark.