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Oil Sands Action Jun 14
Many First Nations oppose and Ottawa is selective in which First Nations they consult.
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Martha Hall Findlay Jun 15
I try to stress that legitimate concerns about and are not partisan, they are Canadian. Here is another example from Chief Roy Fox: Duty to Consult does not mean only listening to those who agree with you.
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Kirk Lubimov 8h
Approval of the Trans Mountain Pipeline is a big step forward but & can still choke of its productivity & economic viability. The whole package needs to insure confidence to investors. Or will federally owned for a long time - not a good thing.
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Canada Action Jun 12
Not in our national interest, is opposed by elected provincial leaders representing at least 59% of Canadians
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James Bowden Jun 11
should also ban oil tankers in the St. Lawrence and St. Lawrence Seaway. After all, millions of people rely on this freshwater thoroughfare, and an oil spill there would prove devastating.
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Politics Canadian Jun 17
PierrePoilievre: RT MHallFindlay: I try to stress that legitimate concerns about and are not partisan, they are Canadian. Here is another…
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Oil Sands Action Jun 9
Canada imports 500,000 barrels of oil each day by oil tanker. Why does ignore foreign oil suppliers to our country?
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Carolyn Jun 14
This is what collaboration in confederation could look like if we could see beyond our own partisanship. Thank you for this statement.
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la viraguita Jun 11
Nah, it's not the west burning down or the east under water that's going to threaten 'national unity'. It's enviro checks and balances on oil & gas projects. More visionary leadership from Canada's conservatives:
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Eleanor Grant Jun 11
Senator Canadians expect you to get Commons legislation through the unelected Senate without undue delay. Please get busy and pass (UNDRIP) and (tanker ban) as they were sent to you. Cdns are watching.
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Eleanor Grant Jun 11
Day 27 June 11 PLEASE SIGN this letter to Cdn Senators TODAY, to protect BC's coast. Big Oil is pressuring the Senate to water down a ban on dangerous oil tanker traffic. Urge Senators to stay strong and pass unchanged:
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Macdonald-Laurier Institute Jun 13
Replying to @MLInstitute
The government’s moratorium on the northern BC coast remains in place, with that would make this practice law to be sent to its 3rd and final reading next Monday. Such policies impact our ability to leverage our energy resources abroad geo-strategically. 9/11
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Sierra Club BC 11h
"...the imminent spills that will occur could decimate our oolichan runs, salmon habitats, and in turn destroy a culture that centres on our seasonal fisheries and harvesting." , Nisga’a Nation Support :
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Resource Works Jun 15
Senate passes amended version of and its ban; now it goes back to the House of Commons:
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Building Trades AB Jun 17
Bill C-48 Update Bill C-48 could block yet another potential export route for oil from landlocked Alberta. Bill C-48 has now returned to the House of Commons. A decision is expected early this week.
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Suits and Boots Canada Jun 17
The Perfect Storm: , & no new pipelines: "The investment climate has really soured, & so companies aren't investing in new projects because they can't be sure that they're actually going to get their oil to market." - UC School of Public Policy
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Eleanor Grant Jun 12
Latest on (tanker ban):
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Chamber of Shipping Jun 17
In a 2019 Risk Assessment of the BC North Coast, Transport Canada determined that a total loss of oil from a would be expected to occur less than once in one million years.
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Canada Action Jun 9
Why does and ignore foreign oil tankers sailing through Canadian waterways?
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