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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

No, not until all the Aboriginal bands this project affects agree to it

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Yes, this is a well planned project that will provide significant social and economic benefits to the region

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@4R4XY7Nfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

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 create personal conflict.

@97T4JZCConservativefrom Ontario  answered…2wks

Yes, if first nations are consulted first, and we go for LNG pipelines instead for social and economic benefits

@95BRPDNfrom Alberta  answered…3mos

A pipeline should be built for more efficient and clean transport of natural gas until other energy alternatives are created. The construction of the pipeline should be built with input and influence from Indigenous communities.

@94BMSDBfrom Alberta  answered…4mos

No. We shouldn't sell our oil to China. If we are selling it to Taiwan or another Asian countries that share our interests, then yes.

@93X2332from Ontario  answered…5mos

Depends on if it becomes sustainable and safe for all parties concerned

@93W6LVBLiberalfrom Ontario  answered…5mos

yes, according to me it is very helpful project for society as it provides many benefits to society.

@9388XWJfrom Ontario  answered…6mos

as long as they are held acountable to the comunities that are most effected

@92SBLVXConservativefrom British Columbia  answered…7mos

Yes, this was cancelled based solely on political expediency. The vast majority of native bands supported this and no single native band should hold a veto on any endeavour. Canadian oil is the least polluting in the world and we will need oil for modern life for many decades..

@92JJNYMfrom Ontario  answered…7mos

Yes, but nationalize the energy sector and redistribute profits as dividends to all Canadian citizens. Canadian resources belong to all Canadians, not multinational corporations.

@927VFJLfrom British Columbia  answered…8mos

no. this is a step backwards and will only make climate change worse by promoting the use of fossil fuels.

@9235Q2Jfrom Ontario  answered…8mos

@8ZKWRYPfrom Ontario  answered…9mos

@8YTL4ZMfrom Alberta  answered…10mos

Only when the majority of aboriginal bands this project affects agree to it

@8Y3NCLYfrom Ontario  answered…12mos

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

@8XZYC7Yfrom Ontario  answered…12mos

I would say Yes as long as the communities that are most harmed have the most say in weather to keep the pipeline project going. Enbridge has a poor history and they need to be held accountable to their actions if they are to improve as a company

@8X6PZPCNew Democraticfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

No, we should not build any new pipelines and instead fund renewable energy projects while slowly fading out our oil industry.

@8WZ4NMBfrom Manitoba  answered…1yr

@8WC5MFZPeople’s Partyfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes, this is a well planned project that will provide significant social and economic benefits to the region, but until all or most of the Aboriginal bands this project affects agree to it. Or just for provinces that want or need the pipeline

@8VTFCPGfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes, if the money gained is invested into First Nation communities and renewable energy

@8VRFTSWfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@8VR5D8Ffrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@8VQNZB8from Alberta  answered…1yr

@Kieranja23from Alberta  answered…1yr

No, pipelines are bad for the environment and oil is a sector that needs to be fazed out.

@8VNM7XJfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

Yes. I think Canada should be self sustaining. We can have better control over how clean the oil we need is by using home grown. A pipeline to Quebec will be way more environmentally friendly and ethical than shipping oil from Saudi’s Arabia or Venezuela up the St Lawrence.

@8VMB6WPNew Democraticfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

Yes but only as a stop-gap for alternative energies. Building a pipeline with a shorter lifespan will allow Canada to leverage their oil and gas to market while creating an increase importance of exploring alternatives energy.

@8VKD4HPfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@8VK36R4from New Brunswick  answered…1yr

Yes, until greener energy is more widely used creating cleaner alternatives

@8VK27KSfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

No, we should invest in renewable R&D or infrastructure rather than a sunset industry

@8VJ2YQLPeople’s Partyfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

@8VHVHF5from British Columbia  answered…1yr

only if all safety measures are going to be strictly adhered to and enforced

@8VHNSCTfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

I’m unaware of it and would rather not comment on something I’m not informed in

@8VH22SVfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

If it is approved by the people and there are plans in place for environmental restoration once the pipeline is build then there is no problem

@8VH294Rfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

@8VGTKWHfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr


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