"Trans Mountain provides the only West Coast access for Canadian oil products, including about 90 per cent of the gasoline supplied to the interior and south coast of British Columbia."
Is the gasoline actually shipped by pipe? Or is the gasoline manufactured at a BC refinery from pipelined oil, and then distributed by tanker trucks?
How can I find out about upcomingor current security requirements that our company could possibly provide?
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If you want my support for this project, I need assurances regarding the following two issues.
First, I need to be sure that you are fully committed to use only Canadian workers. Albeit a cheaper option, Temporary Foreign Workers are a very contentious issue in Canada. And it is an issue that cuts across economic demographics. In fact, the extent of this opposition was demonstrated by the reaction of people that had upscale jobs, money, and investments cancelling their involvement with the Royal Bank after it was revealed that the Bank was outsourcing jobs to the third world. Arguably, this was a pivotal moment for our federal government as they subsequently went into serious damage control mode on the whole issue.
Secondly, materials need to be sourced from Canada where available, including where manufacture of such is able to be initiated. As a transport driver, I routinely see loads of imported oilfield equipment heading east out of the Vancouver docks. Meanwhile, CAPP runs TV ads …
Hi, I'm concerned that if there is an spill, who would cover the cost of cleaning up the spill, who it have to be tax payers or the government of British Columbia
Why do you think the economy is more important than the environment?
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