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Trans Mountain Pipeline

The Trudeau government could end up losing money on the Trans Mountain project.
Indigenous groups have been fighting the Trans Mountain expansion for years.
It happened at the Sumas pump station in Abbotsford, B.C.
The climate activist called out Alberta’s Sonya Savage for “at least being honest” for once.
Energy Minister Sonya Savage said bans on gatherings like protests makes pipeline construction easier.
As usual, the Supreme Court did not give any reasons for its decision.
Canada has still not figured out what "duty to consult" really means.
Trans Mountain CEO Ian Anderson says feds have spent $2.5B to date.
Thunberg had previously said Trudeau was "obviously not doing enough" about climate change.
The judges say the government made a “genuine effort” to listen.
About Trans Mountain Pipeline
The Trans Mountain pipeline is an energy project slated to carry more oil from Alberta to the B.C. coast. It was originally started by Kinder Morgan but purchased by the federal government in 2018. The project has been met with opposition by First Nations groups, environmentalists and the B.C. government.