New England Discusses Power with Canada 

New England governors and Eastern Canadian premiers pledged greater cooperation to meet the region’s future energy needs as they wrapped up their annual meeting Tuesday.The premier of Quebec said it makes sense to work together to ensure predictable and reliable energy.Rhode Island’s governor called it an important moment in history for energy in the region.But Kenneth Irving, president of Fort Reliance, formerly Irving Oil, warned the leaders not to put too much emphasis on just one energy source.Irving said it’s good to create an energy corridor into New England, but it should be able to handle power lines, natural gas and other energy supplies, depending on future demand.