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Foreign oil isn’t the solution. Energy East is!

In 2015, Canada paid $35 million each day to import foreign oil! That’s a lot of money considering our country’s oil production could largely cover our domestic needs. $35 million a day, that’s $13 billion a year! Can you imagine forest-rich Canada importing $13 billion worth of timbe
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Go East! Alberta and Saskatchewan mayors stand up for Energy East

Mayors from cities and towns across Alberta and Saskatchewan are throwing their support behind the Energy East Pipeline. Why? Because they see the pipeline creating jobs and economic growth along its 4,500-kilometre route, and they believe it can reduce our country’s dependence on for
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5 reasons our country is calling for Canadian crude

5 reasons our country is calling for Canadian crude
It has been a crude awakening for Canadians looking for more domestic energy to fuel their everyday lives. 5. Two-in-three Canadians back the Energy East Pipeline Project This news comes directly on the heels of a recent National Energy Board report that shows our country is increasin
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Creating another 200 jobs in Quebec

What will Energy East mean for Quebec? For starters, it means a safe supply of Canadian oil to refineries in Montreal and Quebec City. It also means hiring skilled people locally to make this 4,600-kilometre project a reality. In Quebec, more than 3,000 men and women are expected to
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Energy East – a project for all Canadians

Responsible development: We can build and operate Energy East in a way that preserves our environment and contributes to the economy
Canada has enormous natural wealth, from huge energy reserves to massive tracts of forest and an abundance of minerals and metals. For generations, the development of natural resources has brought opportunity, jobs and growth across our country. Today, there is a project to build a pi
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Jobs, revenue and energy security all support need for a pipeline

Our Energy East Pipeline Project proposes to transport oil from Alberta and Saskatchewan to Eastern Canadian refineries and port terminals, effectively connecting resources to markets. Energy East will create over 10,000 jobs and generate billions of dollars in tax revenue for the six
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