The Globe and Mail reports that the premiers met in Saint John, N.B., last week where they pledged to co-operate to ensure the region has access to reliable green energy at competitive rates.
“It may mean there is more co-operation in buying and trading energy between our region,” New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant told reporters at a news conference. “It may mean that we are going to work together to export more to markets in the region or the United States.”
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