Trudeau must reconsider Trans Mountain pipeline

 
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It's been almost four years since the federal government bought the Trans Mountain pipeline from Kinder Morgan.1

Since then, the pipeline has faced many delays — the pandemic, environmental violations and climate change-driven extreme weather.2 And Prime Minister Trudeau’s justifications for buying Trans Mountain are wearing thin. The project still doesn’t have consent from Indigenous nations along the pipeline route, new climate science indicates how incompatible this project is with the climate action and Canada's own energy regulator has even said the pipeline isn’t necessary to meet our energy needs.3

Plus while the project was supposed to cost $7.4 billion when Trudeau made the purchase — now, some experts say it is closer to $17 billion.4 

The good news? It's not too late to stop this pipeline.

That’s why we’ve joined forces with our allies to launch a renewed push for the federal government to pause construction and re-evaluate the project. As taxpayers who fund this project, we deserve, at the very least, to know the real cost of a project that will put communities and the climate further at risk.

No project is final until the oil is flowing. Together, we can make sure this project is never built.
 

Prime Minister Trudeau:

Reconsider + Review Trans Mountain

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