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Montreal Gazette editorial says that pipelines are not the problem

“Yes, our civilization depends upon oil. To pretend otherwise is willful blindness. It has given us longer lives and more prosperity and choice than any civilization before us. So we have to make our peace with it.” “Pipelines have to be built for safety and they have to be continuall
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Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters see growth in Ontario with Energy East

“Whether the roads we build, the clothes we wear or the hospitals we construct, oil is a significant part of our daily lives as Ontarians. Pipelines are the safest and greenest means of transporting oil over long distances and Energy East offers an opportunity to reduce the amount of
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Northern Ontario municipalities say Energy East is the safest choice

“The demand for fossil fuels continues to grow – it would be unreasonable for us to pretend we can get off oil, diesel and gasoline anytime soon… Despite what many opposition groups claim – stopping pipeline projects such as Energy East won’t stop the development of the oil sands.” “T
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Town of Moosomin supports Energy East

“My community – the Town of Moosomin – has its own perspective about the Energy East Pipeline Project, a perspective that’s based on more than 50 years of working cooperatively with TransCanada, as a long-standing neighbour to the pipelines that run through our provi
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Ontario labour organization says Energy East will bring “good jobs” to North Bay

Strickland said Energy East specifically will be a major boost to North Bay, with the conversion of an existing natural gas pipeline and the construction of two pumping stations, each worth about $50 million, will be “fairly significant.” “Those are good jobs for the people who manage
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New Brunswick Premier looks to projects like Energy East to help grow the economy

“The Energy East project is a good example of the role energy projects can play in increasing the competitiveness of our province and our country as a whole.” Brian Gallant – Premier – New Brunswick Office of the New Brunswick Premier – Gallant to co-lead Canadian energy s
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Opinion editorial says Energy East is “simply common sense”

“Let’s step back for a minute and remind ourselves just what Energy East is. It’s a project to bring Canadian oil to Canadians. From west to east. “It’s absurd that we have a “Made in Canada” product that isn’t getting to consumers who would certainly buy it. Instead they’re purchasin
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Quebec business leaders call for pragmatism in the debate on hydrocarbons

“We believe it is now crucial to look at the economic, regional, and national benefits of activities all along the hydrocarbon value chain in Quebec, from exploration to development and from refining to processing by the petrochemical industry. “A number of parties seek to polarise th
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Business Leader says Energy East offers tremendous potential for Miramichi

“The economic benefits of this for Canada on a whole are just phenomenal, it’s unreal… So it’s going to have a very big impact on Canada and especially here in New Brunswick.” Lorne Amos – Energy East Miramichi Partnership Forum Miramichi Leader – Energy East pipeline offers tremendou
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New Brunswick Premier believes Energy East will help create a diversified approach

“New Brunswick was built on developing our natural resources and energy projects in a responsible way. We therefore support the Energy East pipeline…”  Brian Gallant – Premier of New Brunswick Times & Transcript (Moncton) – Hope, not fear, is the stuff from which dream
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