Lévis' resolution in Energy East pipeline project isn't a relief to some citizens
Lévis' municipal council adopted a resolution this week against allowing a new oil terminal on its territory, as part of a proposed TransCanada pipeline project. Lévis is the latest municipality along the St-Lawrence River to demand public hearings with TransCanada.
But, the resolution doesn't come as relief to some citizens, who fear the project will still go ahead. STOPPP is an environmental citizen's group in Lévis that has worked for clean air and water in the region since 1998. Gerry Fassett is a member of STOPPP and we reached him in Pintendre this morning.