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Distribution of answers submitted by Canadian voters.
Yes, this is a well planned project that will provide significant social and economic benefits to the region
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No, Canada should refocus its economic energies on green technologies and endeavours. 3 years ago from a New Democratic in Ottawa
I do not support it as a necessary act, but as an interesting idea. It is not essential to the succession of our nation, and if aboriginal groups do not support it, there is cultural interference happening. I am not supporting an act with the potential to... 1 year ago from a New Democratic in Milton
Do it properly, with multiple safety mechanisms and sufficient assurance that the wildlife will not be impacted. 3 years ago from a New Democratic in Ottawa
Only if the previous issues with unemployment and poverty are solved in affected provinces. 3 years ago from a New Democratic in Moncton
It's a poor location. Twinning of other existing pipelines is the way to go with more dollars staying in Canada (including BC). Ideally we'd have a national energy plan and refine it here. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Richmond
I want nuclear Energy, I'm tired of oil/gas. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Kitchener
Yes, but only if the conditions laid out by the JRP are met. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Surrey
Not until more research is going into more sustainable green energy. Yes we need the money, but without investment into transitional new energies, it's just a farce of a money grab. 3 years ago from a New Democratic in Toronto
Enbridge ignores the law and safety regulations, they should not be allowed. Aboriginals should not be treated like 3rd class citizens, if they aren't on board, then we should work with them to resolve the issue prior to the project. Also, we should... 3 years ago from a Liberal in Ottawa
Yes, but only if government increases funding to balance out with alternative energies and if the pipeline can be safely automated (instead of mechanized) and proof is supplied that the pipeline has been properly built/tested. 3 years ago from a New Democratic in Newmarket
Yes but all parties should agree to it and the companies using it should be fully liable for any damages and a whole mess of regulations should be applied to ensure that it is correctly done. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Vancouver
No I think it's a bad idea, I am a proud native person and most white people don't care to think of what we want, or even care what we have to say. 3 years ago from a Green in Cardston
No - there should be a significant shift towards renewable energy, and the development of a pipeline is progression in the wrong direction. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Langley
This project must be done environmentally responsibly. It must be built by people who know what they're doing, from the design engineers to the welders on the pipeline. It must not be done by labourers hired for their ethnicity, and I'm... 3 years ago from a Liberal in Medicine Hat
Not convinced yet. Aboriginal agreements are key as is ensuring when there is a pipeline break the company must pay for cleanup and to re landowners. And ensure regular pipeline inspections. 3 years ago from a Liberal in Red Deer
No, it has nothing to do with energy security, it is about corporate profits at public expense. 3 years ago from a New Democratic in Calgary
I support the job and economic growth but the environmental securities need to be absolutely fool proof. 4 years ago from a Liberal in Grand Forks
I do but on the condition that it is heavily monitored/maintained and we're not selling our resources cheaply to other countries. 4 years ago from a New Democratic in Calgary