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Environmental groups say Manitobans deserve more information on Energy East pipeline

Environmental groups held a news conference on Thursday morning to talk about the energy needs associated with the proposed TransCanada Energy East pipeline through Manitoba. Left to right. Eric Reder, Manitoba Campaign Director, Wilderness Committee, Gaile Whelan-Enns, Director, Manitoba Wildlands, and Alex Paterson, Manitoba Energy Justice Coalition.

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Environmental groups held a news conference on Thursday morning to talk about the energy needs associated with the proposed TransCanada Energy East pipeline through Manitoba. Left to right. Eric Reder, Manitoba Campaign Director, Wilderness Committee, Gaile Whelan-Enns, Director, Manitoba Wildlands, and Alex Paterson, Manitoba Energy Justice Coalition.

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Updated on Thursday, May 7, 2015 at 3:54 PM CDT: Updates with information from TransCanada, province

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