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To maintain secrecy, large U.S. environmental foundations simply "purchased" the co-operation of Canadian organizations to stop Alberta oil from reaching international markets.
To maintain secrecy, large U.S. environmental foundations simply "purchased" the co-operation of Canadian organizations to stop Alberta oil from reaching international markets.

Pipeline opposition largely funded by rich Americans

By Lee Harding Research Associate Frontier Centre for Public Policy
April 24, 2018 - 10:42am

“The meek will inherit the earth … if that’s okay with everybody else,” goes the old joke.

When it comes to developing Canada’s energy sector, that trite joke seems all too true. The Northern Gateway, Energy East, and Pacific NorthWest LNG pipeline proposals have been scrapped.

First Nations support pipelines, including Trans Mountain. Abandoning the project will be a severe blow to those communities
First Nations support pipelines, including Trans Mountain. Abandoning the project will be a severe blow to those communities

Trans Mountain a pipeline to prosperity and stability

By Joseph Quesnel and Kenneth Green The Fraser Institute
April 23, 2018 - 9:33am

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley forgot one group of Canadians when she cheered a recent court ruling relating to the $7.4-billion Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.

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