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Robin Junger talks to BNN on Trans Mountain Update

News Oct 4, 2018

Robin Junger, partner at McMillan LLP, tells BNN Bloomberg that the Trans Mountain expansion project will likely get done faster after Wednesday’s announcement that Ottawa won’t be appealing the court decision that quashed the project’s approval.

“It’s quite a prudent decision in the circumstances. I think it’s going to get them to a decision point sooner than going through an appeal,” Junger said. “Not to say there are some downsides to avoiding an appeal. There would have been certain benefits by having aspects of Federal Court of Appeal reviewed and tested at Supreme Court level.”

For the full BNN interview click here.


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