Words are fine things, but they are not deeds.
trans mountain pipeline
The project would create an estimated 15,000 new jobs in Alberta and B.C.
Environmentalists have delayed projects so they become non-economic and are terminated.
Ottawa imposed new regulatory hurdles that led to TransCanada scuttling its Energy East project.
Bill C-69 would add more uncertainty to Canada’s already onerous regulatory process.
The Trudeau government wants another review of the now-nationalized $4.5 billion project.
New maritime rules will further devalue oilsands assets.
This government has saddled Albertans with carbon taxes, carbon-emission caps, coal power plant phase-outs, and more.
Holdouts may block projects for strategic reasons, hoping for a better deal.
Bill C-69 would overhaul the assessment process of major energy projects and add new criteria including “gender implications."