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Trudeau government nationalizes Trans Mountain pipeline project—further proof that Canada is closed for business

In a stunning turn in an already unprecedented saga, Finance Minister Bill Morneau announced this morning that the federal government will buy the Trans Mountain pipeline project from Kinder Morgan for $4.5-billion, essentially nationalizing the project.

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Kinder Morgan stopped all “non-essential spending” on the $7.4 billion project due to regulatory, legal and political barriers.

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The proposed Enbridge Line 3 pipeline would carry 760,000 barrels per day from Alberta to Wisconsin.

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Trans Mountain—a watershed moment for Canada

Premier John Horgan has led B.C.’s obstruction of the pipeline project.

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First Nations support pipelines including Trans Mountai

At least 51 First Nation communities signed agreements worth more than $400 million with the Trans Mountain pipeline project.

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Pipeline aren’t just an Alberta issue—they are crucial to national prosperity

Due to pipeline constraints, Canadian oil producers are selling unrefined bitumen at a fraction of the price many competitors receive.

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B.C. NDP government taking pipeline obstructionism to whole new level

Apparently, in the eyes of the B.C. government, the National Energy Board is not up to the task.

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Investor confidence in Alberta oil and gas industry lags behind U.S. states

Since 2015, the Alberta government has increased corporate income taxes and implemented a carbon tax.