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Tsleil-Waututh Nation Jun 17
New editorial by Chief "Our analysis confirms that the pipeline is not in the public interest, nor can it justify the economic burdens the pipeline would pose. We have shared this information with the federal government..."
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Rachel Notley Jun 17
If is approved, it won't be a victory for Mr. Kenney's government. It'll be a victory for those who believe that Alberta can be a global energy producer while tackling climate change. Here's how the got the job done.
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Dan Balaban Jun 15
As a renewable energy CEO, I support the approval of the pipeline expansion. The world needs more responsibly produced Canadian oil.
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* W. Brett Wilson * Jun 17
The thoughtful majority of BC folks are STILL in support of an infrastucture project that's clearly in the best interests of Canada. Just need one politician to pull their head of the sand - and the govemment of BC is onside! makes sense for Canada.
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Derrick O'Keefe 🌹🌱 24h
Canada's House of Commons has declared a national climate emergency — literally the night before Trudeau plans to again greenlight a massive new bitumen pipeline
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Scott Moe 12h
NDP still can’t seem to get it right – calling for the federal govt to kill on eve of hopefully final approval req'd to get shovels in the ground & W Cdn oil to tidewater. This project is clearly in national interest. We’ll be paying close attention to the decision today.
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Cam Fenton 🌅 Jun 17
Any reporter covering the decision date tomorrow needs to remember that approving project is out of line with a plan to meet a 1.5C warming limit.
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Harsha Walia 12h
Even as his govt declares emergency, is expected to approve Trans Mountain tarsands pipepline today. But the real governments on these lands have made it clear there will be no pipeline. No consent, no pipeline!
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Rachel Notley 5h
Today is a great day for Albertans, and for all Canadians. We know there's more work to do to get Albertans back to work, and we will make sure Premier Kenney and his government do just that, without harming workers or our environment.
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Tara Weber 12h
As we await the official government decision on the Trans Mountain pipeline, the federal conservatives have just sent this out.
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Chief Bob Chamberlin 9h
Building is entirely inconsistent w/ clean energy planning need a Gov that will meaningfully decide & act upon the true implementation of Renewable Energies for Canada & the Planet This will create many jobs across the country
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Tsleil-Waututh Nation Jun 16
We must stop the proposed TMX tanker and pipeline. It puts our environment and our economy at risk. Together we can restore Burrard Inlet and the Salish Sea for future generations. VIDEO:
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Brad Wall 16m
Important and positive decision today on . Proud of my colleagues who have worked long and hard on this. There are huge issues remaining in the sector but it’s important to pause & thank the fed cabinet for making this decision.
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Cam Fenton 🌅 5h
One of the most important questions for at this press conference - "can you define free prior and informed consent and how it was applied to this project?" He didn't answer it.
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Jason Kenney 3h
We're pleased to hear that has been approved - a second time - by the federal government. Now let's get it built.
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Kyle Bakx 22h
Replying to @KyleBakx
And here are some words about the project and what some nice folks I've met so far have had to say in the Kamloops & Hope areas. (8/8)
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Christina McKeen🌹 23h
"Our obligation is not to oil. Our obligation is to our land, our water, our people, our future. This project represents a risk that we cannot take."
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Protect The Inlet Jun 9
“It’s good to see you all again, and I look forward to the days and months ahead.” Grand Chief Stewart Phillip talks to thousands, as people stand & cheer. We’re ready for a long, hot summer to make sure the pipeline is never built, no matter what Trudeau decides next week.
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Jason Kenney 10h
Canadians know that needs to be approved. When Alberta gets our resources to market, everyone in the country benefits.
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APTN National News 14h
"Climate leaders don't build pipelines, it is unacceptable," B.C. water protector hopes Trudeau has change of heart when deciding on Trans Mountain pipeline today reports
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