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Water Canada Jun 24
“The new Impact Assessment Act will help rebuild public trust in reviews, and help ensure that projects don’t undermine Canada’s ability to meet its climate commitments," said Anna Johnston, WCELA, of passing the Canadian Senate.
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Canada Action Jun 20
The Senate passed into law two controversial natural resource bills Thursday evening, and , just one day after it quietly passed a third bill that quashed any future oil and gas development in the Arctic
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Minister C. McKenna Jun 21
The Bill for has passed the Senate and will soon be law. We’re protecting the environment and making sure decisions are based on science and evidence, so good projects can go ahead – creating jobs and a stronger economy.
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Resource Works Jun 20
Lax Kw’alaams Mayor (Chief) John Helin raps as 'taking away our best opportunities to lift ourselves out of poverty.'
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Regan Boychuk Jun 22
'...despite claims from & lobby groups such as that & ...would devastate the economy, several scientists with expertise in this field told proposed legislation is not even strong enough'
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Oil Sands Action Jun 19
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce says undermines our economy and our unity. In the last week hundreds of workers in our energy and forestry sectors have lost their jobs - this legislation only makes our competitiveness problems worse.
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Lowa Beebe Jun 24
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Julia Levin 5h
"The battle over has been fought and the govt has mostly held its ground. However, a crucial piece of the puzzle remains. The Project List: unless it undergoes substantive revision, there is a real danger that the promise of Bill C-69 may not be delivered"
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Jeremy Edwards Jun 22
Replying to @OilsandsAction
Let’s do it. Referendum on equalization. I’m ready.
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CAPP Oil Gas Canada 5h
NEWS: Moe speaks out against and BillC48 passage, federal carbon tax on Alberta: "This legislation greatly limits nation’s ability to overcome critical barriers in transporting energy to international markets, and selling for fair price."
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GaryM Jun 22
Replying to @FairQuestions @jkenney
stop spreading misinformation. Which amendment is anti pipeline in bill C69? Bill 48 turned a voluntry tanker ban for over 25 years into law. If Alberta did get screwed then why is to scared to turn off the taps to protest?
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Abby Cole Jun 18
Ppl rlly out here debating economy and management while we are on the verge destroying our planet. I’m sorry homies but does OIL really matter when we are experiencing a climate emergency? Capitalism kills climate
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Dlynn Jun 21
advocates of have said “What about Macondo?” BUT EA is about identifying effects based on the application of strict protocol and process. You can have the strictest EA in the world but it’s only part of the picture. Especially offshore.
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Cindy Jun 23
A North Toronto family, after $40,000 in insurance coverage + $100,000 on renovations due to 1st flood.. a 2nd flood came from heavy rainfall resulting in sewage water pouring into home through drains, the toilet and the shower!
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Resource Works 8h
Passing signals bleak future for new major projects:
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Christian Ravary ⚜️🇨🇦 Jun 21
Canada is broken and it’s time for Alberta to put Ottawa on notice or to leave this hot mess. Watch them freak the fuck out once the money cow gets out!
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MiningWatch Canada 5h
“This approach appears to align more to achieving the legislative purpose proposed in the Senate amendments than those retained in ." As Receives Royal Assent, Will the Project List Deliver on the Promise?
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CEAA_ACEE Jun 21
Canada’s improved process for major projects will protect our environment and grow our economy. Learn more about :
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Beeneroo Jun 23
It’s not random anonymous bots, it’s real, hard working Albertans with mouths to feed who are tired of being taken for granted and lately, abused aka & . Like a battered spouse, when the abuser won’t stop the abuse, leaving the relationship has to be considered.
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Transport Canada 11h
New legislation has put in place that will protect and restore our rights to travel on all navigable waters in . Learn more:
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