Protesters in Ontario are continuing to bring rail transit in the busiest corridor in Canada — Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto — to its knees, forcing 14,000 persons on one weekend alone to shift at the last moment from carbon-friendly public transit to gas powered cars.
These illegals are in solidarity with illegal protestors on the West Coast, who are protesting the Coastal Gas Pipeline, which has been approved by all government and regulatory authorities to bring natural gas to a $40 billion Liquified Natural Gas plant for export.
Just six years ago, Canada was amongst a handful of countries with plans for numerous LNG plants —18 to be exact. The U.S. had only a few on the drawing boards — now the numbers have been virtually reversed.
Because who would want to try to invest in Canada?
Stephen LeDrew: Canada should enforce the law with Wet’suwet’en anti-pipeline protests
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