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New Frontier: As Trudeau government mulls approval, Canadians divided on political, regional lines over Teck mine

Uncertainty over whether approval means the project will ultimately be built February 12, 2020 – As political and regional lines are drawn in the battle for hearts and minds over the proposed Teck Frontier oil sands mine, Alberta Premier Jason

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Reality Check: For first time in nearly 2 years support for TMX below majority, once Canadians learn of rising costs

$12.6 billion price tag causes support to drop from 55 per cent to 48 per cent nationally February 19, 2020 – On February 7 TransMountain President and CEO Ian Anderson announced that the company’s beleaguered pipeline expansion project between Burnaby

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Coastal Gaslink Chaos: Two-in-five support protesters in natural gas project dispute; half support pipeline

Near-unanimous sentiment the pipeline will be built, regardless of protests and delays February 13, 2020 – Disruptions, blockades and protests in cities across the country may have amplified the message of Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs opposed to a $6.6 billion natural

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End Game: As Supreme Court ruling removes another hurdle for TMX pipeline, opposition against it rises

Canadians divided between opinion that Liberals pushing too hard, not doing enough on pipeline capacity January 28, 2020 – In the wake of a Supreme Court of Canada ruling regarding the TransMountain pipeline expansion (TMX), it would appear that another

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‘Goldilocks zone’: Canadians divided on whether Trudeau’s pipeline approach is too much, too little or just right

But, by 2:1 ratio Canadians say next government should build TransMountain pipeline expansion September 13, 2019 – The campaign for the 43rd federal election is officially underway and that means Canadians are considering what the coming years can and will

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Balancing act: Majorities say both climate action, oil & gas growth should be top priorities for next government

Division remains over federal carbon tax, but most want to do more to meet 2030 emission reduction goal September 5, 2019 – It is a debate often styled as “either or”. Either the federal government commits to policies aimed at

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