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Letters: Simple solution — stop using oil

Re: ‘Drive-By’ Panel Gets An Earful, Brian Hutchinson, July 23.
It is pretty clear that the Trans Mountain pipeline discussion panel is merely pandering and, as has been shown repeatedly, there is no amount of “consultation” that will gain social licence from many of the groups opposing its development. 1,048 more words

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Breakfast Buzz: Does the Husky oil spill affect your views on pipelines?

The Husky Energy oil spill is being called an environmental disaster. Last Thursday, between 200,000 and 250,000 litres of crude oil and other material leaked from a Husky Energy pipeline near Maidstone, Sask. 220 more words

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‘More Pipeline 'Consultation’

“No, said the woman. She could not support the proposed oil pipeline expansion. If approved by the federal government, the ‘Trans Mountain Expansion Project’ “will kill people”, she declared inside a Chilliwack hotel meeting room filled with like-minded locals — most of whom nodded their heads and applauded. 1,654 more words

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Brian Hutchinson: Bitter diatribe in B.C. as federal Liberals' ‘drive-by’ pipeline consultation lands

CHILLIWACK, B.C. — No, said the woman. She could not support the proposed oil pipeline expansion. If approved by the federal government, the Trans Mountain Expansion Project “will kill people,” she declared inside a Chilliwack hotel meeting room filled with like-minded locals. 900 more words

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Flash Fiction #104

PHOTO PROMPT- Copyright – Jan Wayne Fields

POLITICAL GAMES FOR POLITICAL GAINS

He said
She said
They both lied

Deleted emails
Mexican wall

Polarised positions… 145 more words

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Gas Shortage? Fix Leaks!

Today’s Monday Action: Thank Senator Stan Rosenberg for Joining with Rep. Paul Mark, D-Peru and Rep. Stephen Kulik, D-Worthington in Questioning the Continued Berkshire Gas Moratorium* (even as the NED pipeline was cancelled due to lack of demand for gas contracts). 528 more words

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Fraser Institute: Delaying pipeline projects leads to economic loss for Canadians

In a newly released study, we reviewed the economic consequences of insufficient pipeline capacity to ship western Canadian crude oil to refiners in the U.S. Gulf Coast and to ocean ports with access to markets overseas. 678 more words

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