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4 hours ago, taxme said:

There should be no PM or any other politician in Canada being able to have the power to stall or kill energy projects. On the contrary, the PM and politicians should be there to encourage energy creating projects and the jobs that will be created from those projects. Unless a project was going to have a some kind of detrimental impact on the environment or destroy people's lives in some way then all should be a go. 

Yes.   Just for the record he killed the Northern Gateway Pipeline and used the National Energy Board environmental review process to stop the Energy East Pipeline.  We've yet to see the Trans Mountain Pipeline be built and operational.  His national carbon pricing scheme is forcing provinces to put a high price on carbon and enact carbon taxes as well.  This is another energy industry killing move and will force the cost of living upwards, and may be forcing investment and energy companies to go elsewhere in the world to operate.

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12 hours ago, blackbird said:

Yes.   Just for the record he killed the Northern Gateway Pipeline and used the National Energy Board environmental review process to stop the Energy East Pipeline.  We've yet to see the Trans Mountain Pipeline be built and operational.  His national carbon pricing scheme is forcing provinces to put a high price on carbon and enact carbon taxes as well.  This is another energy industry killing move and will force the cost of living upwards, and may be forcing investment and energy companies to go elsewhere in the world to operate.

The environment, gay/transgender rights, 3rd world immigration, native Indians, and being pro-Islamic seems to be what Trudeau and his merry gang of leftist lieberal buffoons is what Canada is all about today. I would not want to be anyone in Canada trying to open up and trying to operate a business. With so many rules and regulations, high taxes, carbon taxes, environmentalists, native Indians, forced quotas to have to deal with it is a wonder there are still people who are able to start up and operate a business here in Canada.

Canada should be a power house when it comes to creating millions of jobs but instead it would appear as though Canada is anti-business, and having people to depend on the government for their survival seems to be what politicians are all about. Bringing in the hundreds of thousands of 3rd world immigrants that will not really offer much in the way of creating jobs except maybe for themselves and their family members only also. Would you go work for one of these new immigrants if they were able to open up a small business? I doubt that you would. The working conditions would be terrible. If we had real pro business political leaders and more entrepreneurs in the government and less school teachers and environmentalists and pro multiculturalists there might not be two million unemployed Canadians in Canada today. Just saying. 

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