What do you think of Trudeau purchasing the pipeline after the federal court ruling?

Allen Pickering

Roe Lake

“I am in favour because we have to keep the economy going in some form or another but yet being fully understandable of the needs to look after our environment. I guess, bottom line is pipeline is safer than rail cars as far as my personal opinion.”

Ron Conway

Bridge Lake

“I thought it was ridiculous because they didn’t research the viability of the pipeline beforehand. Seemed like a knee-jerk reaction.”

Walter Vollweiter

New Westminster

“The pipeline is needed for federal level revenue purposes, but not at the expense of the environment. I think B.C. is taking the right position at the moment.”

Barbara Hooper

Forest Grove

“I think it’s insane. He’s not listening to a large portion of people who really care about the land and without the land we have nothing. I jumped for joy at the verdict.”


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