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Mike Hudema 39m
Canada gov't approves a massive new pipeline as a fuelled wildfire, now 300,000 hectares in size - expected to grow in size & intensity, rages in Alberta. Driest conditions in 40 yrs.
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Coast Protectors Jun 17
Are you ready for 's approval of ? If you're near , join us at 5:30pm outside the at Hamilton & Georgia for a quick rally and then a march! ✊🏾
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TheeGravedigger 6h
It offers BC a minimal benefit, while it has a large and unexplored risk to our environment and economy, and at no point has there been confirmation a fund to ensure it would be cleaned up properly. And at the same time, Alberta has scary unresolved clean up issues.
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TheeGravedigger 6h
Are Albertans unaware that people in BC feel that they are strong-arming us, by threatening a oil shut off, when we raise issues regarding the pipeline, especially since the pipeline is posed to provide less benefit to BC than a single season of a Netflix show?
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Mark Worthing 2h
You're going to have to here on the coast if you want anyone to take you seriously. Position statements, wordy policies and long-winded, over edited media reactions aren't going to cut it. We need someone who can throw down.
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Kathryn Tait 34m
Somebody show me where in this emissions reduction curve there is room for new fossil fuel extraction or infrastructure . I'll wait.
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Sierra Club Washington State 2h
We will continue to stand with First Nations against this terrible project and the risks it poses to all Salish Sea communities.
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TheeGravedigger 8h
With regards to TMX: I think it's the difference between carrying a cartons of eggs vs having a hose that sprays eggs. If you trip, you can break a carton or two, but if the hose gets a leak, it'll get all over.
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Erich Nolan Bertussi 🍊 founder of @ClearExpanse 4h
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Wildlife Defence 3h
What will future generations think about the decisions we've made?
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Toronto350.org 5h
“If cabinet approves the expansion again, it may impose some additional conditions on the pipeline to address the concerns of Indigenous communities, including possibly changing the route in some places.”
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nancy180 (⧖) 2h
If it’s just Alberta’s oil , then let them refine it in Alberta for use in Alberta. 🤷🏻‍♀️ But they refuse to approve a new refinery. They’d rather spill it all over BC
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Melek Ortabasi 3h
Replying to @cbcnewsbc
Keep fighting Mr. Horgan. If they're going to steamroll us, continue to make it as difficult as possible for them.
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TheeGravedigger 5h
Replying to @evilstevetsuida
That isn't the issue. The issue is Alberta is acting like a rapist, putting their pipe into virgin territory, and then making threats when BC resists. Sure, Spousal rape wasn't a crime for years, but we've grown as a society. Consent is a thing. Well, here in BC anyways.
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Melek Ortabasi 3h
Replying to @cbcnewsbc @SFU
Well our community and our province didn't approve it. Sure, build a pipeline right under . What could go wrong? NO to
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Mark Worthing 5h
They approved it.
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Canada Action 23h
“Canada’s abundant resources have the potential to meet the world’s demand for oil and gas through a low-carbon transition by setting the global standard for responsible, climate-smart resources.” ✅ 😁
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Stan Klima Jun 17
DID IT EVER OCCUR TO YOU. .. That Jason Kenney and Justin Trudeau are working together?
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Larissa 4h
. right move recognising the , but major then approving . WTF is wrong with you? Responsibility for lies with YOU, and large corporate polluters.
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Toronto350.org 12h
“In an emailed statement to CBC News, Trans Mountain said it does not have an updated construction timeline, but it has already done some of the necessary legwork to start building the line should cabinet give it the green light.”
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