Doug Ford’s government is set to issue a public declaration of support for pipeline projects, such as the revival of Energy East, in the province’s first fall economic statement this week, government sources told The Globe and Mail.
It’s too soon to say what the decision by U.S. District Judge Brian Morris last Thursday will mean to the timeline and cost of the pipeline, Paul Miller, liquids pipeline president, said at TransCanada’s investor day in Toronto on Tuesday.
Canada’s national pipeline company has new board-level leadership. TMC was created following the Government of Canada’s $4.5 billion purchase of the existing Trans Mountain pipeline and its proposed expansion project earlier this year.
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Contrary to mainstream media reports, numerous First Nation communities have embraced natural resources development in mining, forestry and energy projects to improve their quality of life, according to a report by a Quebec public policy think tank.
"Some people are not ever going to agree," Rachel Notley said last Thursday, from Kamloops, B.C. "I'm not expecting that we're going to get unanimous support for this but what I do think we're going to get, and already have, is majority support from reasonable-thinking people and majority support overall.