First Nations Fight for Pipelines

First Nations Fight for Pipelines

Failed pipeline projects and LNG facilities only satisfy one group: the green NGO’s. The only winners of blocking Canadian oil and gas exports are other oil and gas exporting countries.

It is time to fight back. More than 30 First Nations have just launched a movement to oppose the so called "Tar Sands Campaign" (they take credit for blocking our exports). We must all support these First Nations as they challenge the obstruction of Canadian pipelines, the Great Bear Rainforest, and the oil tanker moratorium. This ban has come in the form of bill- C48, a hypocritical bill that seeks to unfairly impose economic disadvantages on those who reside, and seek prosperity on the west coast of Canada.

Please support this campaign, and contact you Member of Parliament to ask for their support. We all win when our resource sector is strong, and we stop selling our oil and gas at a discount.

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