www.ctvvancouverisland.ca http VICTORIA - The proposed Enbridge oil pipeline may originate in Alberta, but to get the oil to overseas markets it must travel through BC. And Premier Christy Clark isn't happy with the money flowing into BC coffers as oil flows into an estimated 200 tankers a year destined for overseas. "It's great for Canada. It's great for Alberta. Where's the benefit for British Columbia?" Clark told CTV News today. BC introduced its need for more money to balance the risks associated with the Enbridge pipeline Monday. Other requirements to gain the province's approval include higher remediation spill standards for marine and land. Reaction from Alberta Premier Alison Redford has been fast and furious; vowing not to give up any oil royalties. Clark and Redford face each other Wednesday when Canada's premiers meet in Halifax. Both are advancing a case for economic growth, but from two different positions. Follow Stephen Andrew on Twitter: www.twitter.com
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