Will Enbridge be Built?

Nov 2, 2012 Full story: Pipestone Flyer 9

Will the Enbridge Gateway pipeline cross British Columbia - Enbridge Northern Gateway Community and Municipal Relations Manager Michele Perret says, yes Will the Enbridge Gateway Pipeline cross British Columbia? Enbridge's Northern Gateway Community and Municipal Relations Manager, Michele Perret says yes.

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SHYKORA ARTs paul

Calgary, Canada

#1 Nov 2, 2012
...''YES''...
SHYKORA paul ARTs

Calgary, Canada

#2 Jan 9, 2013
..yes....GO FORTH...romantic Alberta.....Go....eh...(+)...$ shalom..salom..yada u u
do it now

Victoria, Canada

#3 Jan 10, 2013
YES! Build all the oil industry infrastructure all over BC now, and lets get rich like Alberta! Even Saskatchewan is starting to rise economically because of oil and natural gas. India, China, Brazil are rising and want to buy the fossil fuels. They are willing to pay big time. At the end of the day, it is always "money talks, bullshit walks".
Mackie

Burnaby, Canada

#5 Jul 29, 2013
The last of one of the world's great rain forests would be devastated by the building of Northern Gateway. I'm not against pipelines, per se, but I am opposed to their being built across delicate, pristine wilderness of which there is precious little remaining in the world. Such wilderness is a natural resource in itself, every much so as oil or natural gas or fresh water, and it should be preserved for future generations.
Find another route for Northern Gateway. Perhaps an expansion of existing pipelines to the Lower Mainland. Of course that would be opposed too, but I believe it carries with it the lessor risk to the environment. Or better yet, leave the damn oil in the ground!

Since: Apr 13

Victoria, Canada

#6 Jul 29, 2013
I think its doomed. Too many native bands against it. The Transmountain expansion has a much better chance. Also, there is a plan in the works to pipe bitumen east to New Brunswick. The product will get to market one way or another.
Use Other Methods

San Jose, CA

#7 Jul 30, 2013
Who cares if native bands, environmental groups, some of the citizen groups, some of the political parties are against something or not. It is time to use "other methods" and "tactics" to ram things through. I hear that lost of privileges, lost of power, lost of wealth, smear jobs, fake jail time, propaganda, coercion, bribery, threats, intimidation, and mysterious fatal accidents works wonders to silence any opposition.

Since: Apr 13

Victoria, Canada

#8 Jul 30, 2013
Use Other Methods wrote:
Who cares if native bands, environmental groups, some of the citizen groups, some of the political parties are against something or not. It is time to use "other methods" and "tactics" to ram things through. I hear that lost of privileges, lost of power, lost of wealth, smear jobs, fake jail time, propaganda, coercion, bribery, threats, intimidation, and mysterious fatal accidents works wonders to silence any opposition.
The native bands could not be steamrolled. The courts have ruled that they have a say in what goes on on their "traditional lands" even when their land claims have not been settled. Any attempt to push through a pipeline against their wishes would result in years and years of court cases.
The only thing that might work is for Enbridge to offer them a bigger piece of the action.
no problem with that

Victoria, Canada

#9 Jul 30, 2013
Use Other Methods wrote:
Who cares if native bands, environmental groups, some of the citizen groups, some of the political parties are against something or not. It is time to use "other methods" and "tactics" to ram things through. I hear that lost of privileges, lost of power, lost of wealth, smear jobs, fake jail time, propaganda, coercion, bribery, threats, intimidation, and mysterious fatal accidents works wonders to silence any opposition.
I have no problems morally or ethically with "dirty deeds done dirt cheap or not so cheap". I am sure that most even if not all billionaires, millionaires were rising up in their early days, they probably had to do some dark deeds to get the wealth and power. Theft, plagerism, various omissions, and other ruthless, shady deeds were done, if necessary. A complete lack of any evil characteristics seem to make people soft and weak in any enterprise.
Evil Good Capt Kirk

Victoria, Canada

#10 Jul 31, 2013
no problem with that wrote:
<quoted text>
I have no problems morally or ethically with "dirty deeds done dirt cheap or not so cheap". I am sure that most even if not all billionaires, millionaires were rising up in their early days, they probably had to do some dark deeds to get the wealth and power. Theft, plagerism, various omissions, and other ruthless, shady deeds were done, if necessary. A complete lack of any evil characteristics seem to make people soft and weak in any enterprise.
I remember the classic Star Trek episode where Captain Kirk had a transporter accident and he was split into Good and Evil Kirk. Evil Kirk was a passionate, impulsive, driven, tactical, psychopathic/narcissistic, self centred monster, but he was effective and determined to get things done anyway possible. Evil Kirk was decisive. Good Kirk was soft, compassionate, overly touchy feely, emotional, indecisive, wishy washy, and barely effective at all in making the hard and nasty decisions that were necessary. Good Kirk couldn't make any decisions when the pressure was on. Evil and Good Kirk had to reintegrate in order for Kirk to become a competent commander again.

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