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Sadly another tale of big business tramples small business makes its way into the news again.

As pipeline surveys continue on Burnaby mountain, an area restaurant finds itself having to be shutdown because of a road closure that leaves little hope of economic recoveries on the horizon. 331 more words

Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall continues to call for pipeline support

REGINA – Saskatchewan’s legislature has passed a motion calling for the removal of what Premier Brad Wall says are unnecessary barriers to the Energy East pipeline project. 106 more words


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Today, Vancouver’s prized waterfront convention centre sees the the stampede of football fans to the 102nd Grey Cup Festival.

“Three days packed with high energy will see family friendly events and a nightly concert series headlined by some of Canada’s brightest stars.” 155 more words

Pipelines: Industry and Harper Government Slow in Recognizing Paradigm Shift

Pipelines used to be the seldom-spoken, under-or-over ground means for oil, gas and chemical companies to transport their products to refineries and markets. Crisscrossing Canada and the United States, most of us were left unawares or unconcerned of the exact route these pipelines snaked in or near our towns, water sources, communities and larger urban centres. 1,356 more words


Mouvements régionaux contre le pipeline Énergie Est


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Jean-François Larose est deputé fédéral pour la circonscription de Repentigny, co fondateur de Forces et démocratie, opposé au pipeline Énergie Est, également opposé au contexte politique qui appui le pipeline. 12 more words

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NEB to ask Canadians about pipeline safety

SAINT JOHN, N.B. – The National Energy Board will launch a tour early in the new year in an effort to strengthen pipeline safety, the chairman of the federal regulatory agency said Tuesday. 273 more words