Opposition to TMX project grows
Critics doubt finished expansion could attract buyer, leaving taxpayers to carry costs, with no certainty of crude bitumen buyers
for Petroleum News
The tide keeps turning across Canada against the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, TMX, prompting opposition political parties and environmentalists to seize the chance and urge the federal government to halt the project.
A Nanos poll of 1,003 Canadians extensively probed the mood on TMX since the....
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Poll on project
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