December 28, 2011

Japan Needs Energy, But Maybe Not From Canada

Dan Cayo, Vancouver Sun


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Nothing can undo the tragedy of the March 11 tsunami that killed at least 16,000 people in northeast Japan — the final tally is still uncertain — and wreaked havoc that will cost more than a quarter of a trillion dollars to repair. . .

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