Lachute farmer describes ‘David and Goliath’ relationship with Enbridge, CTV News

CTV Montreal • Published Tuesday, December 3, 2013 10:24PM EST | Last Updated Tuesday, December 3, 2013 10:55PM EST QUEBEC CITY — They’re calling it a game of Russian Roulette. Environmental groups are warning the Enbridge pipeline reversal project through Montreal would be a risky endeavour, despite the company’s assurances that bringing Alberta oil east

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Pipeline : Enbridge réplique aux groupes environnementaux

Radio-Canada • Publié le 25 octobre 2013 Enbridge réfute les affirmations faites par plusieurs groupes environnementaux inquiets de son projet d’inverser le flux d’un pipeline entre l’Ontario et le Québec. La compagnie accepte cependant de se plier à plusieurs demandes des municipalités. Enbridge a soumis sa réplique par écrit, vendredi après-midi, auprès de l’Office national de

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Hundreds Protest Tar Sands Pipeline as Expert Warns of 90 Percent Probability of Line 9 Rupture, Ecowatch

By Ecowatch | Oct. 23, 2013 09:56AM EST By Derek Leahy The international pipeline safety expert who last August described Enbridge’s Line 9 pipeline as “high risk for a rupture” now says the probability of Line 9 rupturing is “over 90 percent.” “I do not make the statement ‘high risk for a rupture’ lightly or often,” said

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Pipeline Expert: Over 90% Probability of Line 9 Rupture with Tar Sands Dilbit, The Narwhal

The international pipeline safety expert who last August described Enbridge’s Line 9 pipeline as “high risk for a rupture” now says the probability of Line 9 rupturing is “over 90%.” “I do not make the statement ‘high risk for a rupture’ lightly or often. There are serious problems with Line 9 that need to be addressed,” Richard

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Line 9 hearings by National Energy Board overtaken by protest, CBC News

NEB panellists escorted out of room by police and security as demonstrators chant ‘No Line 9’ CBC News • Posted: Oct 18, 2013 11:22 PM ET | Last Updated: October 18, 2013 To shouts of “Line 9, shut it down,” demonstrators derailed a National Energy Board hearing in Toronto this afternoon that was examining a controversial proposal

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Enbridge surestime les avantages de son pipeline 9B, selon un rapport, Radio-Canada

Radio-Canada • 2013-10-18 | Mis à jour le 18 juin 2019 L’organisme Défense environnementale de l’Ontario a demandé à des experts indépendants d’analyser les bénéfices sociaux et économiques du projet d’Enbridge d’inverser le flux de son pipeline 9B, qui traverse l’Ontario et le Québec, pour transporter du bitume albertain. D’après leur rapport, présenté vendredi lors des audiences de

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Enbridge’s Line 9 Pipeline Could Be Catastrophic for Ontario and Quebec, Vice

This whole situation bears a disturbing resemblance to the monorail episode of The Simpsons. The after effects of Lyle Lanley’s monorail bears eerie similarities to the potential impact Line 9 could have in Canada. via the Simpsons Wiki. In a classic episode of the Simpsons, a travelling salesman named Lyle Lanley visits a town meeting and convinces the

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Keystone proponents on Obama’s job numbers: ‘He’s not paying much attention,’ The Globe and Mail ($)

LEE-ANNE GOODMAN, WASHINGTON, THE CANADIAN PRESS, PUBLISHED JULY 30, 2013 U.S. President Barack Obama’s latest public comments on TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline have highlighted the wildly divergent job estimates associated with the project while raising concerns among American proponents that he’s preparing to reject it. The White House hasn’t responded to queries about where the president

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EPA deems US state department Keystone review ‘insufficient,’ The Guardian

Momentum shifts again toward pipeline opponents in the long-running battle By John H Cushman Jr – for InsideClimate News, part of the Guardian Environment Network Leading environmental groups declared on Monday that the Obama administration’s latest environmental review of the Keystone XL pipeline fundamentally violated the nation’s core environmental law, an unmistakable warning that they would sue the State Department if it continued to insist that the pipeline poses

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When To Say No, Editorial, New York Times ($)

OPINION By Editorial The State Department’s latest environmental assessment of the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline makes no recommendation about whether President Obama should approve it. Here is ours. He should say no, and for one overriding reason: A president who has repeatedly identified climate change as one of humanity’s most pressing dangers cannot in good conscience

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State Dept: Keystone XL would have small impact on climate, tar sands, Washington Post ($)

By Brad Plumer • March 1, 2013 at 4:32 p.m. EST The State Department has just released its 2,000-page draft environmental review of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, which would carry oil from the tar sands of Alberta, Canada, down to Steele City, Nebraska and on to the Gulf of Mexico. The big takeaway: The State Department concluded

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Report May Ease Path for New Pipeline, New York Times ($)

By John M. Broder • March 1, 2013 WASHINGTON — The State Department issued a revised environmental impact statement for the 1,700-mile Keystone XL pipeline on Friday that makes no recommendation about whether the project should be built but presents no conclusive environmental reason it should not be. The 2,000-page document also makes no statement on whether the pipeline is

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