Energy East Pipeline plans moving forward
Last month, Trans-Canada Pipeline outlined its broad plan to bring Alberta oil to the east. It's the Energy East Pipeline project, a 12 billion dollar investment that the company says will result in economic benefits to the entire country.
It means extending a pipeline into Quebec, down the St. Lawrence River, and then over to Saint John, New Brunswick. The project has not been without controversy. We heard from STOPPP, a citizens' environmental group in Lévis, last week.
Philippe Cannon is the Energy East Pipeline project spokesperson with Trans-Canada Pipelines, and joined us in studio.
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