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I Love Canadian Oil and Gas Hoodie – is illegal?

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There’s been another case of an Alberta Canada man asked to remove his ‘Oil and gas’ t-shirt while on Parliament Hill. Janet Dirks explains.

“The security guard looked at me and said: ‘Excuse me sir, I’m going to have to ask you to remove that shirt.’ And I looked and him and I said: ‘Excuse me?’ And he said: ‘Yes, you’re going to have to remove that shirt because some people may view that as being offensive,’” Lacey told CTV News.

 

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Canada’s energy sector is working to benefit all Canadians

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Canada’s progressive energy sector is working every day to benefit Canadians from coast to coast. It’s a story all Canadians deserve to hear – and we’re proud to tell it.

“We create jobs and build schools, playgrounds and hospitals … pay doctors and teachers … Canada needs us. The world needs us. We are Canadian energy and we are proud.”

these types of videos will one day be illegal in Canada. The rules are so restrictive now, you can’t pay for any advertising anymore if it’s pro oilfield. https://www.msn.com

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Trudeau to Advance Pipeline after fierce backlash from Oil sector

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Justin Trudeau is poised to give the green light to a major crude pipeline as he faces rising calls to support Canada’s struggling oil industry.

The prime minister’s cabinet is widely expected to give the go-ahead at a meeting Tuesday to the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline from Alberta to Vancouver that would add 590,000 barrels of daily shipping capacity, a 15% boost to Western Canada’s current 4 million. The project would still need to get local building permits, overcome legal challenges and likely face pushback from environmentalists.

@ https://www.bloomberg.com

If completed, the expansion would nearly triple capacity on the pipeline that runs from the western crude-rich province of Alberta to British Columbia’s Pacific coast. But it has faced increasing protests from environmental activists and aboriginal groups.

If he rejects it, he risks further alienating an energy lobby that has accused him of wanting to wreck their industry as he has pressed ahead with plans to strengthen the environmental assessments of major new energy projects at a time of low prices. @ news.yahoo.com

It’s a lose-lose situation for Trudeau. After failing Canada in almost every aspect IE immigration, trade, the economy he will most likely try and help the energy sector after facing fierce backlash.

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