More pipeline obstructionism from British Columbia

Pipeline obstructionism continues to hamper Canada’s ability to deliver its oil and natural gas to the world’s more lucrative foreign markets in Asia and Europe. The latest eruption of obstructionism is brought to us by Gregor Robertson (pictured above), the mayor of Vancouver. Speaking to a ministerial panel, Robertson brought up the usual arguments against the Trans Mountain expansion—that the risk is too high, that the NEB failed to gain the public’s trust in its review process, that the project does not have the (seemingly non-existent) social license to proceed, and so on.This eruption of pipeline obstructionism comes on the

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