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Pipelines, People & Progress

The pipeline to reconciliation Hope for Canada’s highly-skilled energy workers Message to Trudeau government – pipelines make sense An Industry United Let’s Take a Moment to Have a Sincere Conversation About the Kinder Morgan Project An Alternate View on Pipelines — Transport Ammonia not Crude

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The pipeline to reconciliation

The pipeline to reconciliation

The Indigenous Opportunities Corporation, a proposed backstop of $1 billion, aims to help Indigenous groups to invest in major energy projects like pipelines.
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Hope for Canada’s highly-skilled energy workers

Hope for Canada’s highly-skilled energy workers

When it comes to building pipelines, Canadians are at a crossroads. The fallacy that you can’t be both pro-environment and pro-pipeline is one that is jeopardizing thousands of well-paying jobs.
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Message to Trudeau government – pipelines make sense

Message to Trudeau government – pipelines make sense

“Until the federal government gets its act together, Alberta is pulling out of the federal climate plan”- Alberta Premier Rachel Notley, Aug.30, 2018.

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An Industry United

An Industry United

We know that one of the keys to having Canadians accept major pipeline projects is through demonstrating that they truly are in the national interest.
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Let’s Take a Moment to Have a Sincere Conversation About the Kinder Morgan Project
An Alternate View on Pipelines — Transport Ammonia not Crude

An Alternate View on Pipelines — Transport Ammonia not Crude

TransCanada Corporation’s (TCC) Energy East Pipeline (EEP) has been getting a lot of coverage in t...

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