Coastal GasLink pipeline investor committed to closing deal despite protests
An investment firm buying a stake in the Coastal GasLink pipeline says it remains 'committed' to the deal despite protester blockades that have shut down railway lines in parts of Canada and threaten to inflict damage to the Canadian economy.
CALGARY -- An investment firm buying a stake in the Coastal GasLink pipeline says it remains "committed" to the deal despite protester blockades that have shut down railway lines in parts of Canada and threaten to inflict damage to the Canadian economy.
"AIMCo remains committed to our investment in the Coastal GasLink pipeline," said spokesman Denes Nemeth in an email on Tuesday.Financial details of the deal and ownership percentages within the consortium have not been revealed."We need to see the outcome of the government negotiations before having an idea of the impact to the project or potential delay. The project currently has court injunctions to proceed with construction so technically it has the green light by virtue of the rule of law."
The pipeline has support from 20 elected band councils along the route who have signed benefit agreements.LNG Canada says the project is expected to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions by up to 90 million tonnes per year by displacing coal- and diesel-fueled generation with cleaner burning natural gas.
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It all about money, Not saving land or the climate Awesome!!! Don’t derail the work already done. The few protesters will eventually subside !! Liberals hate pipelines and Conservative Voters - The country will not stand divided. Liberals are the authors of hate and divide.
Trudeau cancels Barbados trip as Ottawa seeks resolution to end rail blockadesIndigenous Services Minister Marc Miller is calling for more dialogue in dispute over Coastal GasLink pipeline, pointing to failed police interventions in Oka and Ipperwash in 1990s About freaking time I feel so sorry for him. They must have finally figured out how to spin it in their favour.
Timeline of Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests and the dispute that sparked themA look at the dispute and rail disruptions in solidarity with the hereditary Wet'suwet'en chiefs, who are opposing the Coastal GasLink project. Get those fuckers off the tracks , they have no right to stop people from getting to work or to stop essential goods from being transported, when will they stop, they are pissing of the people whose support they should be garnering, what do they do for a living anyway, govt asst 'HI, HOW ARE YOU '? 'Hi, HOW ARE YOU '? 'HI, HOW ARE YOU '? 'HI, HOW ARE YOU '? 'HI, HOW ARE YOU '? 🥁🥁🥁🥁🥁 What happened to having your resident astronaut pass the buck? Finally feeling the heat there Trudy?
More Metro Vancouver pipeline protests this week despite government hopes for Wet'suwet'en breakthroughMetro Vancouver protesters preparing for an unknown action starting in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside on Tuesday afternoon JustinTrudeau MIDDLE CLASS ARE FED UP BY CORPORATE WELFARE To let pipeline use shortcut have bring us in this shit 😡Pipeline should follow main road or main railroad gmbutts cathmckenna telfordk Bill_Morneau TheEconomist cafreeland OttawaCitizen CBCNews globeandmail The only reason JUST IN TRUDEAU canceled his trip to Barbados was because the weather was scheduled to be overcast. ALSO ...his Carnival costumes he was to travel with had too many yellow streaks on the backside So they’re canceling the $12,000,000,000.00 pipeline subsidies, then? Cool!
Opinion: The rule of law cuts both ways. Some Coastal GasLink protesters are ignoring thatThe rule of law is not a pick-and-choose affair, as some anti-pipeline advocates involved in causing chaos across the country seem to believe GlobeDebate .. AND IT CUTS LIKE A KNIFE! GlobeDebate then cancel the $12,000,000,000 pipeline subsidies GlobeDebate all of them ffs not just some
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Trudeau in talks with cabinet ministers as nation-wide pipeline protests continueIndigenous Services minister Marc Miller said the economy is suffering due to the blockades, but the government’s response is a test of Canada’s ability to find peaceful resolutions to … Talks cheap .. he's a narcissistic man that lacks empathy and is incapable of leading this country. trickytrudeau mustgo I’m pretty interested to see what he and his band of merry liberals will do here. I’m almost always disappointed in him but I’m hoping this time, he will do something positive and useful. If there is just a bunch of money given, or virtue signalling made, it’s all over for him. How this Liberal Govt let this happen in the first place is beyond logic? Thugs in Ottawa and on the Tracks and Canadian tax payers stick paying for both sets of moronic imbeciles.