OTTAWA TO RELEASE FINAL COST OF TRANS MOUNTAIN PURCHASE IN NOVEMBER, COULD FUND EXPANSION THROUGH DEFICITS

The newly formed crown corporation said it would not be releasing an updated cost estimate for the roughly $9-billion expansion of the taxpayer-owned pipeline in November

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