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Major non-government organizations have called for meetings on the new oil sand project. Some political observers argue that the oil sand project is proceeding at an extremely dangerous rate that is both economically and socially fatal to Alberta. It is true that it may have an effect on the economy, but the Alberta Environment regulates the oil sand’s impact on the air, land, water in the province. The Oil Sands Secretariat was created recently within the Treasury Board to keep up the policy coordination. Even so, if the oil sands project was terminated there would be the workers to tend to. If you leave them off, there is a chance that you might get sued, and by the looks of the chances your side would be at a
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