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CTV QUESTION PERIOD
The Liberal’s special representative for the prairies Jim Carr on what the government’s going to do about Alberta’s Teck Frontier mine proposal.
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Friends of Science Feb 9
Replying to @ctvqp
The Teck Oil Sands Mine – Will the Public Interest Be Betrayed?
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RC Feb 9
Replying to @ctvqp
If Tech is rejected how big will the compensation pkg have to be? Considering 100 yrs of production, wages, downstream spending. $100B?$200B? Even that seems a pittance over the lifetime of this project. Not to mention the loss of other projects that may have been developed.
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ken comeau Feb 9
Replying to @RCknowsit @ctvqp
I’m thinking the $600 Billion Alberta has contributed to this so called “confederation” would be a start!
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Loraine Fraser 🇨🇦🇬🇧🇮🇪🇫🇷 🇦🇺 Feb 9
Replying to @ctvqp
One of the factors -- which CTV edited out -- was the project's impact on 'Canada's brand' on the world stage.
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It's JustNot TrueTho (Oilers 88%) Feb 9
Replying to @L_Geekhome @ctvqp
"Canada's brand" is fast becoming that of a nation that can't get anything done because no one likes each other.
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Friends of Science Feb 9
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Futile Folly Canada's Climate Policy Goals in the Global Context
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John Feb 9
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They are once again moving the goal posts Teck did everything right followed all the rules and regs but now have to explain zero emissions by 2050
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Bob Barrett🇨🇦👍🏻😂🌊 Feb 9
Replying to @ctvqp @EvanLSolomon
I think we are being played. This project will not be approved and no oil will ever flow through the TMX pipeline, they are "building" TMX today but they are perfectly willing to throw billions away and walk away from the pipeline when the timing suits them.
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