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#501 On the Level

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Posted 31 May 2018 - 10:00 PM

About 35 year ago Trudeau senior created Petro-Canada by nationalizing BP assets and the assets of other producers, and now Trudeau junior has nationalized a pipeline and has backed another.

How peculiar is that?

At least Trudeau is socializing oil for Canadians......better than the BC Liberals socializing our Natural Gas for Petronas which is owned/for the benefit of Malaysia taxpayers.  



#502 sdwright.vic

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Posted 01 June 2018 - 05:54 AM

^ I also think Petro-Can ended up being sold off for a tidy profit?
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#503 rjag

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Posted 01 June 2018 - 06:07 AM

At least Trudeau is socializing oil for Canadians......better than the BC Liberals socializing our Natural Gas for Petronas which is owned/for the benefit of Malaysia taxpayers.  

 

But its ok now that Petronas came back and took a 30% stake in this current play?

 

Some government plays in backstopping energy fields have been successful, like Hibernia, paid serious amounts of dividends and also the double opportunity of training lots of unemployed Newfies that took those skills to the Patch in Ft Mac

 

http://business.fina...etch-top-dollar


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#504 sebberry

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Posted 03 July 2018 - 04:07 PM

Anti-Trans Mountain pipeline protesters rappel from Ironworkers Bridge in aerial protest

 


Anti-Trans Mountain protesters rappelled from Vancouver’s Ironworkers Memorial Bridge as part of an aerial blockade of oil-tanker traffic on Tuesday.

Seven climbers suspended themselves from the span connecting North Vancouver and Vancouver as part of the protest, according to Greenpeace Canada. Five others were in place on the bridge to help support the seven climbers.

“The blockade is an act of peaceful resistance to the Trans Mountain Expansion pipeline and tanker project,” read a Greenpeace statement shared Tuesday morning.

 

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#505 Kungsberg

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Posted 03 July 2018 - 06:40 PM

Anti-Trans Mountain pipeline protesters rappel from Ironworkers Bridge in aerial protest

 

 

Too bad their protest wasn't non-sectarian, hey CTV?

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#506 jonny

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Posted 04 July 2018 - 08:09 AM

Meanwhile, TM construction activities continue. 

 

 

 

Trans Mountain outlines its construction plans for the next six months in Alberta, B.C.

 

https://business.fin...-in-alberta-b-c



 



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