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Former Conservative federal cabinet minister Jim Prentice is shown at the Canadian American Business Council during an interview in Ottawa on Monday, November 19, 2012.
Former Conservative federal cabinet minister Jim Prentice is shown at the Canadian American Business Council during an interview in Ottawa on Monday, November 19, 2012.
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Former minister Jim Prentice sees ‘historic opportunity’ to partner with First Nations on energy plans

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Where a less-optimistic person might see tremendous hurdles, former Conservative cabinet minister Jim Prentice suggests there is an “historic opportunity” to partner with First Nations to achieve Canada’s West Coast energy ambitions.