Tread carefully here. The CBC has an extreme bias on this issue and their coverage of pipeline-related news is driven by an agenda. Note that they cite a five-year-old study to supplant their narrative, and the individuals they quote further support the author's angle. A balanced news piece would have had someone opine on the matter from the opposite side of the aisle.
The same could be said for EVERY news article out there
Whatever the case may be, a game of 'fact-check' is rubbish when it's a one-sided spin piece.
Well no kidding, Sherlock. Thank you for making that shocking revelation, CBC, that BC can't utilize the full capacity offered by the pipeline and 80% will contain export product.
So what's next in line? A big news piece blocking all of that prairie grain earmarked for export because BC can't eat it all, and therefore the supply should be greatly curtailed? Geez Louise.
You are taking a snippet of the article. it was said that the pipeline will bring lower gas prices. You have provided nothing that will support that. Yes the additional capacity will be exported, so how will this pipeline lower BC gas prices?
And also, is he planning to give a home with equity to everyone who doesn't have one?
It just proves that Weaver is another clown with no sense of reality. The more he talks the more he looks like an idiot. I'd like someone to ask him how someone who is living pay cheque to pay cheque and drives a $4000 beater how they are going to afford an electric car