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Lindsay Meiman, Responds to Energy East Review Reset

MONTREAL, QC. - In response to the National Energy Board panel announcement that the Energy East Pipeline review has been voided and must restart,’s Canadian Tar Sands Campaign Coordinator Aurore Fauret issued this statement:

“Sending the Energy East pipeline back to square one is the first rational thing Justin Trudeau’s government has done when it comes to pipelines. He’s already approved two pipelines, Line 3 and Kinder Morgan, without any real consideration of climate change or Indigenous rights and he’s letting Donald Trump dictate the fate of a third with Keystone. The Energy East review can’t start until Canada has a pipeline review process that listens to communities and respects science, and Trudeau won’t be a climate leader until he learns some basic science, you don’t transition off fossil fuels by building more fossil fuel infrastructure”


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