The bill is a barrier to Indigenous economic opportunity and self-determination, working against the government’s stated goal of reconciliation.
The lack of new pipelines to access overseas markets is costing Canada jobs, prosperity and tax revenues.
Building these pipelines would help Canada receive full value for its oil and natural gas resources.
Vancouver Sun columnist Licia Corbella notes that oil tanker traffic is not a big problem, creating just one per cent of the noise.
Bill C-48 banning tanker traffic along B.C.’s north coast is not needed, lacks scientific basis and would harm jobs and investment, including for Indigenous communities.
Angus Reid poll says overwhelming majority of Canadians believe marine shipping is safe, important to Canada’s economy.
In response to concerns over Bill C-69, the Senate’s energy and environment committee wants to hear from Canadians impacted by bill.
Smart, sassy ‘explainer’ video by Canadian Geographic shows how the grid and pipelines – but not catapulting batteries – get energy to your home.
TransCanada has signed agreements with all Indigenous bands along the Coastal Gaslink pipeline route.