John Ivison: Front line in pipeline wars moves east
11 monthes ago - By National Post
Justin Trudeau's momentous decision to approve Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline has aroused concerns that the government will now curb its enthusiasm for the Energy East project to the Atlantic coast.
Frank McKenna, the deputy chairman of TD Bank and former premier of New Brunswick, said the decision to approve Trans Mountain was “very courageous,” in the face of opposition from environmentalists and First Nations.
But he said he has been concerned for some time that what may be beneficial for the West Coast might prove detrimental to the East.
“Atlantic Canada is part of Canada...
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