Alberta energy minister says now is a 'great time' to build pipelines as coronavirus restrictions limit protests

Alberta’s energy minister, Sonya Savage says that now is the time to construct a pipeline as protests will be limited by public-health restrictions.

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Joe Biden says if elected he will cancel permit for Keystone XL pipeline

The Keystone XL pipeline will be cancelled by Joe Biden if he is elected as the next US president, according to his campaign.

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Alberta announces $1.5 billion investment in Keystone XL pipeline

A $1.5 billion investment in Alberta’s Keystone XL pipeline has been announced by the provincial government.

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Warren Buffett’s company backs out of Quebec energy project due to anti-pipeline blockades

Warren Buffett pulled a $4 billion investment in the liquid natural gas pipeline near the Saguenay port due to anti-pipeline blockades.

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Anti-pipeline blockade in Mohawk community still active after agreement reached

A blockade in a Mohawk community is still in place after an agreement on land rights was reached by government ministers and Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs.

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Protestors occupy the steps of BC legislature in Victoria

The steps of Victoria’s BC legislature building are still being occupied by protestors who arrived there on Monday afternoon.

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MacKay’s campaign manager forced to apologize over pipeline tweet

Peter MacKay’s campaign manager has had to apologize over a tweet that seemed to link a shooting range with complaints about the anti-pipeline protests.

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Trudeau government gifted $10,000 to anti-pipeline group

Trudeau’s government gave nearly $10,000 of taxpayer money to an organization that has funded and organized anti-pipeline movements.

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CN Rail obtains injunction to remove blockade in Quebec

CN Rail has acquired an injunction to remove a blockade on the rails of Montreal’s South Shore and police will use force if necessary.

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Wet’suwet’en people hold event to show support for BC pipeline

The blockades continue throughout Canada with protestors carrying signs that say things like “Stand with Wet’suwet’en” and “Wet’suwet’en Strong”

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Ten need-to-know facts about the #ShutDownCanada anti-pipeline protests

Top 10 facts about the #ShutDownCanada illegal protests, which are still crippling Canada’s vital infrastructure, including rail, highways and bridges.

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CN Rail forced to lay off employees as anti-pipeline protests continue

CN Rail is ceasing operations of its whole network east of Toronto due to ongoing anti-pipeline protests close to Belleville, Ont.

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Trudeau willing to boost oil and gas in Africa while Canadian industry suffers

Justin Trudeau has held discussions with the Senegalese President over a partnership that could offer growth in the oil and gas sector for Senegal.

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Deputy PM blocked from entering Halifax City Hall by anti-pipeline protestors

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs Chrystia Freeland was blocked from entering Halifax city hall by anti-pipeline protestors.

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Why the hell are we paying taxes?

Why should Canadians pay taxes when the services and the authorities their money is going to aren’t working?

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