You are being asked to file a complaint in Canada regarding the provincial government’s failure to provide information and information about the Trans Mountain Pipeline.
Please read this carefully.
This is not a scam.
It is a legitimate government concern about a pipeline that threatens the safety of Canadians.
This isn’t a lawsuit.
This should not happen.
There are legal and practical issues here that are beyond our control.
We have to make a decision about what is in the best interest of our children and the health of the environment.
It has to be done in a timely manner.
We are going to do everything in our power to make sure this never happens.
The government of Alberta has committed to ensuring that Trans Mountain is safe, secure, and reliable, and we are committed to doing that.
We will continue to work with our partners to ensure that TransCanada can fulfill its obligations under the deal.
TransCanada is committed to building this pipeline safely and securely.
We’ve been working with our stakeholders to develop the best technology to do this safely and in a manner that is in Canadians’ best interest.
On February 12, 2017, TransCanada filed a legal challenge to the province’s decision to reject its applications to build the pipeline.
In an emailed statement to CBC News, Trans Canada CEO Russ Girling said: The Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion is a critical lifeline for the environment and Canada’s economy.
We believe the provincial approvals for this project are in the public interest.
TransCanada will continue working closely with the province to meet its obligations and deliver on the project.
But, for the last two years, TransCanada has been actively working with Alberta on the development of a plan that will ensure that the project is safe and secure for Canadians and the environment, as well as ensure that our partners are able to deliver on their commitments.
TransCanadians are well aware of our position on the pipeline, and as such, they have not hesitated to speak out against it.
As you know, we have been working closely on the TransCanada pipeline project since early 2017.
This effort was spearheaded by our environmental partners, the Canadian Alliance for Clean Energy, who have been steadfast in their support of the project for more than a decade.
Transcanada’s legal challenge against the provincial decision is a direct response to this continued opposition by the public.
We have repeatedly urged the government to continue its commitment to ensure this project remains in the Canadian interests, while respecting the interests of all Albertans.
Today, Transcanadada filed a lawsuit in Alberta court to ensure the province will fulfill its commitment under the agreement.
We urge the court to reject TransCanada’s lawsuit and the decision to approve this project.