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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

No, do not build the pipeline and shut down all oil production in the tar sands

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

No, do not build the pipeline but allow oil production in the tar sands

@97T4JZCConservativefrom Ontario  answered…2wks

If landowners are fairly compensated, first nations are consulted. i would prefer renewables or LNG pipelines, but for temporary or economic success, I could see it as necessary

@97P37KPfrom Arizona  answered…3wks

@97N57G3Conservativefrom Ontario  answered…3wks

No. Come up with a plan with the people living in those communities that everyone agrees on before continuing with work on the pipelines. When done right the pipelines can be a really great opporitunity for a lot of people in Canada

@96SDSJ2from Alberta  answered…1mo

I don't really see the point in giving the pipeline project a private property when it's only harming the environment even more.

@96R332Nfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

If the owners of said property allow it and if allowed get paid compensation

@95LSVQVfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

Yes, if the landowners are fairly compensated and they agree to give up their land

@945L3BVfrom Saskatchewan  answered…4mos

Yes, but only if the landowners agree to sign over their land and are fiarly compensated. Almost more like a sale than expropriation

@936NX9Zfrom Alberta  answered…6mos

Yes, but only on land that is not owned by anybody and/or any indigenous people.

@92TFFD8from Ontario  answered…7mos

Yes, unless the land is currently owned by Indigenous Peoples or is unceded land.

@92JJNYMfrom Ontario  answered…7mos

Yes, but as a lease agreement with landowner so they are fairly compensated including dividends on future profits, and only if the land is not already in-use (farming, business, trails, etc) at the landowner's discretion.

@8ZQGFZBfrom Alberta  answered…9mos

@8YWNWC3from Alberta  answered…10mos

No expropriation but allow negotiations. And get pipelines built to meet demand.

@8Y3NCLYfrom Ontario  answered…12mos

Yes as long as the company is held accountable to the communities their harming the most

@8Y2WVZVfrom Saskatchewan  answered…12mos

No, the Government should not be able to take private land freely from its people without good reasoning.

@8WZ4NMBfrom Manitoba  answered…1yr

@8VVTY6Nfrom Nova Scotia  answered…1yr

If people don’t want to sell the land go around? Government can piss off

@8VN5DYZfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

No… TC has to be able to find a solution with any hold out land owners

@8VLKV3Yfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

@8VK36R4from New Brunswick  answered…1yr

@8VJXJ2SConservativefrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

Yes but only IF the land owner agrees to sell the land. If not then they have to move the layout of the pipeline

@8VJQP9Yfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

Yes, but with a requirement that the owners of the expropriated land receive royalties on the oil that flows through there in perpetuity including their heirs.

@8VJ7MXZfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

@8VH22SVfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

@8VGTKWHfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

@andreakkmrfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

@8VDDZM8from Ontario  answered…1yr

If indigenous are all agreed AND the land owners are properly compensated

@8VDDFN9Liberalfrom Newfoundland  answered…1yr

@8VCMQ8Pfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@8VBBZG7from Alberta  answered…1yr

I believe they can negotiate the land from the owner, but not expropriation.

@8V8LQD4New Democraticfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

I don’t think the government has the right to take land in order to build the pipe line.

@8V7LPJXfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Not without fair compensation including a swap of equal size land and move cost included. Also start up costs if required.

@8V72WKCConservativefrom Alberta  answered…1yr

Re-route, private companies should not be able to expropriate land or private property

@8V5J64NPeople’s Partyfrom Manitoba  answered…1yr

Private property should not be able to be expropriated by anyone.

@8V4D8C9from Saskatchewan  answered…1yr

No, expropriation is wrong and the pipeline should only be built upon approval from all of the land owners.

@Canadian1from Ontario  answered…1yr

If property owners are fairly compensated and treated with utmost respect re burial grounds and relocation plans etc. Civility and regard.


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