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    Who's vote exactly is he trying to buy? The people in Alberta who won't for anything that's not blue? Even he knows that not happening. Or the people in BC who are against the pipeline in currently liberal ridings he risks losing to the NDP now?
    NDP is blue?
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    Who's vote exactly is he trying to buy? The people in Alberta who won't for anything that's not blue? Even he knows that not happening. Or the people in BC who are against the pipeline in currently liberal ridings he risks losing to the NDP now?
    The pipeline was approved today because a vast majority of Canadians want this to happen. The economic windfall will be great for Canada. Trudeau said ( to please the green ) that all profits from the pipeline will go towards renewable energy projects.
    Note, it is not the people of BC, it is a small group of loud mouthed twatwaffles that are hypocrites, drive and fly everywhere, heat their houses and bitch about Alberta oil while massive takers bring Saudi oil into the east coast, or wanting a tanker ban while massive cruise and coal ships increase their trips every year.
    All I know is that I have a 2.5 year job ahead of me now and the supercharger will be put into the BMW.... Happy days

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    The pipeline was approved today because a vast majority of Canadians want this to happen. The economic windfall will be great for Canada. Trudeau said ( to please the green ) that all profits from the pipeline will go towards renewable energy projects.
    Note, it is not the people of BC, it is a small group of loud mouthed twatwaffles that are hypocrites, drive and fly everywhere, heat their houses and bitch about Alberta oil while massive takers bring Saudi oil into the east coast, or wanting a tanker ban while massive cruise and coal ships increase their trips every year.
    All I know is that I have a 2.5 year job ahead of me now and the supercharger will be put into the BMW.... Happy days
    Just to be curious where do you live, what do you drive and what’s your job?


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    It's sad that most Canadians that oppose pipelines being built in Canada have been manipulated by American anti-pipeline propaganda/advertisements. They convinced people that it's better to import oil from the Middle East, and continue to send our crude down to the US below market value, then buy back a refined product at full price.
    Fix the cause of the issue, don't cater to the result

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    Who's vote exactly is he trying to buy? The people in Alberta who won't for anything that's not blue? Even he knows that not happening. Or the people in BC who are against the pipeline in currently liberal ridings he risks losing to the NDP now?

    "There’s no doubt that the Trudeau Liberals are facing some ugly poll numbers here in Alberta, and their insistence on pushing ahead with Bill C-69 and Bill C-48, and now their carbon tax, is only serving to further drive down the Liberal brand in this province. This disdain has left many Albertans open to the idea that perhaps Trudeau is actually not in support of this pipeline — that there’s actually been an elaborate charade for the past 30 months or so to mask the real Liberal agenda of killing TMX.
    With the potential negative consequences of C-69 and C-48 on Alberta’s energy sector and the dismissive response from the government to those raising concerns, it can be hard to find compelling evidence of a Liberal desire to see Alberta succeed. But that’s not an argument for the existence of a secret plan to torpedo TMX. But nor should we pretend that the Liberals are doing Alberta any favours.
    Simply put, the Liberals have their own reasons for approving TMX. It involves the economic benefits that this project will deliver, as well as advancing the Liberal narrative that they’re the party of balance: the Conservatives, you see, don’t care about protecting the environment, whereas the NDP and the Green Party don’t care about economic development and good paying jobs. Only the Liberals care about both, or so we’re to believe.


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    Just to be curious where do you live, what do you drive and what’s your job?


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    "There’s no doubt that the Trudeau Liberals are facing some ugly poll numbers here in Alberta,
    Not just in Alberta but in Canada, the only province where the POS is liked is in Quebec. If, for some stupid reason Trudeau wins in October you can be guaranteed a divided Canada, the numbers are already 58% in favor of Alberta leaving Canada. Some groups are trying to get Manitoba to the west coast excluding the Vancouver area for a new country.

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    Not just in Alberta but in Canada, the only province where the POS is liked is in Quebec. If, for some stupid reason Trudeau wins in October you can be guaranteed a divided Canada, the numbers are already 58% in favor of Alberta leaving Canada. Some groups are trying to get Manitoba to the west coast excluding the Vancouver area for a new country.
    I used to think Quebec's politics was nothing but complaining; all day, everyday. I didn't miss it one bit when I moved away.
    Fast forward to this day and age... Holy shit does Alberta have small man syndrome or what? They've really taken whining and playing the victim card to the next level... just won't ever shut up.

    This has to be one the dumbest idea I've ever heard.

    Building a mostly empty, mostly landlocked nation focused on a few industrial sectors; mostly out of spite for the center of the universe aka Toronto and the hippies in the B.C lower mainland?

    Manitoba has very little to offer. But sure, replace the transfer payments to the east coast/quebec with transfer payments to murderpeg/maniswoba.
    They've got mosquitoes, polar bears, a bit of hydro power and... a shit ton of impoverished first nations. Want to sign another round of treaties with them? You know, nation to nation stuff? If you're down to make Cree an official language maybe they'll consider it!

    But sure, you'll be able to take a "short" 10hr "border-free trip" east from Calgary to the wonderful riding mountain national park. They'll let you tap right into the pipeline to fill up your "deezel" 1ton truck along the way. How grand...

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    I used to think Quebec's politics was nothing but complaining; all day, everyday. I didn't miss it one bit when I moved away.
    Fast forward to this day and age... Holy shit does Alberta have small man syndrome or what? They've really taken whining and playing the victim card to the next level... just won't ever shut up.

    This has to be one the dumbest idea I've ever heard.

    Building a mostly empty, mostly landlocked nation focused on a few industrial sectors; mostly out of spite for the center of the universe aka Toronto and the hippies in the B.C lower mainland?

    Manitoba has very little to offer. But sure, replace the transfer payments to the east coast/quebec with transfer payments to murderpeg/maniswoba.
    They've got mosquitoes, polar bears, a bit of hydro power and... a shit ton of impoverished first nations. Want to sign another round of treaties with them? You know, nation to nation stuff? If you're down to make Cree an official language maybe they'll consider it!

    But sure, you'll be able to take a "short" 10hr "border-free trip" east from Calgary to the wonderful riding mountain national park. They'll let you tap right into the pipeline to fill up your "deezel" 1ton truck along the way. How grand...
    La face des séparatistes au Québec, si jamais l'Alberta réussirait a se séparer et former un pays avec la Sask et le Manitoba

    priceless !

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    I used to think Quebec's politics was nothing but complaining; all day, everyday. I didn't miss it one bit when I moved away.
    Fast forward to this day and age... Holy shit does Alberta have small man syndrome or what? They've really taken whining and playing the victim card to the next level... just won't ever shut up.

    This has to be one the dumbest idea I've ever heard.

    Building a mostly empty, mostly landlocked nation focused on a few industrial sectors; mostly out of spite for the center of the universe aka Toronto and the hippies in the B.C lower mainland?

    Manitoba has very little to offer. But sure, replace the transfer payments to the east coast/quebec with transfer payments to murderpeg/maniswoba.
    They've got mosquitoes, polar bears, a bit of hydro power and... a shit ton of impoverished first nations. Want to sign another round of treaties with them? You know, nation to nation stuff? If you're down to make Cree an official language maybe they'll consider it!

    But sure, you'll be able to take a "short" 10hr "border-free trip" east from Calgary to the wonderful riding mountain national park. They'll let you tap right into the pipeline to fill up your "deezel" 1ton truck along the way. How grand...
    Yeah, I can see you have zero knowledge of current affairs, not worth more of a response than this. Ignorance is bliss to you.

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    Yeah, I can see you have zero knowledge of current affairs, not worth more of a response than this. Ignorance is bliss to you.
    I’d be right In the middle of that wonderful new country of yours. But sure, I have no idea what life’s like out there.

    That idea is even dumber than brexit...

    The oil and gas lobby has got you and your politicians by the balls. You’re being played like puppets.

    Cheers.

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    I used to think Quebec's politics was nothing but complaining; all day, everyday. I didn't miss it one bit when I moved away.
    Fast forward to this day and age... Holy shit does Alberta have small man syndrome or what? They've really taken whining and playing the victim card to the next level... just won't ever shut up.

    This has to be one the dumbest idea I've ever heard.

    Building a mostly empty, mostly landlocked nation focused on a few industrial sectors; mostly out of spite for the center of the universe aka Toronto and the hippies in the B.C lower mainland?

    Manitoba has very little to offer. But sure, replace the transfer payments to the east coast/quebec with transfer payments to murderpeg/maniswoba.
    They've got mosquitoes, polar bears, a bit of hydro power and... a shit ton of impoverished first nations. Want to sign another round of treaties with them? You know, nation to nation stuff? If you're down to make Cree an official language maybe they'll consider it!

    But sure, you'll be able to take a "short" 10hr "border-free trip" east from Calgary to the wonderful riding mountain national park. They'll let you tap right into the pipeline to fill up your "deezel" 1ton truck along the way. How grand...
    Spoken like a Quebecer that's gone as far west as Winnipeg.
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    Spoken like a Quebecer that's gone as far west as Winnipeg.
    Been from coast to coast to coast and live west of Manitoba.

    Alberta is stuck with a less-desirable commodity that gets sold at a steep discount. It's admittedly a sub-optimal situation economically speaking.

    Alberta's response has basically been to throw tantrums when it doesn't get it's way. Let's turn off the tap!

    It gets pissy that the rest of Canada won't just bend over and let them freely export it using whatever means "necessary"
    How dare millions of Canadians get in the way of Big oil and 4 million albertans?

    Damn Liberals, Damn B.C Hippies, Damn Trudeau and the frenchies / laurentian elites and most importantly perhaps, damn transfer payments.

    Your pro-oil lobbyist/politicians then spin everything as a conspiracy by "Foreign Money" to keep Tar sand oil landlocked. OMG americans are donating money to Canadian NGOs. Cue outrage. As if big oil obviously isn't spending a single cent trying to shape opinions or perceptions...

    Alberta has significant grounds for being displeased. It's senseless how people are now flocking to separatism as some sort of magical solution where Alberta gets to keep it's money and is unfettered by the opinions of the rest of Canada.

    Separatism was bad for Quebec. It doesn't make sense that it would be good for Alberta.

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