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Should the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion be built?
The Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion should not be built.
We are doing permanent damage to the environment and emphasis should be on winding production down and replacing energy jobs instead of expanding
The LOOP terminal in Louisiana will effectively make the Barnaby port obsolete as it can service the new super tankers, and Barnaby cannot.
Jobs are put at risk in BC.
The NEB conditions have not been met.
The holdup is a political maneuver by a foreign corporation, to force our Federal government to comply with conditions they are unwilling to meet
It is against the constitution to overrule any First Nation's rights.
The environmental damage is more expensive than the gains made from royalties.
A bitumen spill in our coastal waters would be catastrophic.
The demand for oil in the future will decrease, and there is no guarantee the export of raw product will remain profitable.
In the event of a spill, Canadians will pay for the majority of cleanup efforts, kinder Morgan is not able to offer enough funding for insurance.
Refining should happen in Alberta instead.
Trains are safer than pipelines.
Profits are being lost in Alberta and therefore Canada.
The Federal government should supersede Provincial inquiry
The holdup is a political maneuver by the BC government to stay in power
Trudeau promises a historic ocean protection plan
The world needs this oil.
Albertan Conservatives say anybody against the pipeline is a paid protester and a hypocrite.
The Federal government is breaking a promise to Alberta.
Canada will waste the opportunity to sell the product.
Many First Nations have invited compensation settlements and support the pipeline
Canada 'needs this pipeline'.
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