January 27, 2016

Eric Duhaime: Not all Quebeckers are against the Energy East pipeline

Rebel Staff
 

Quebec broadcaster Eric Duhaime came on my show to assure me that not all Quebeckers are against the Energy East pipeline.

For instance, so far two Quebec mayors have come out in favour of the project, as opposed to Montreal's Liberal mayor Denis Coderre.

We talk about The Rebel's new campaign, RienDePlus.ca, designed to send a message to all the anti-oil activists in Montreal.

 

Any government in Canada that opposes oil & gas pipelines
should lose its share of oil & gas equalization payments.
SIGN THE PETITION at CutThemOff.ca

READ Ezra Levant's bestselling books debunking environmentalist propaganda against the energy industry:
Groundswell: The Case for Fracking and Ethical Oil: The Case for Canada's Oil Sands





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commented 2016-01-31 21:02:40 -0500
Citiots and enviro-frauds. I’d call the enviro-f**ks but that wouldn’t be polite now, Uh, Uh, would it?
commented 2016-01-31 17:29:06 -0500
One would think that anyone who was stranded without heat during the great Quebec ice storm, would welcome a secure supply of cost effective Canadian energy. Frankly the premise of Canadians protesting against staying warm in the winter or having economical personal transportation seems beyond masochistic.
commented 2016-01-31 04:08:24 -0500
BRUCE KIRK – you may be right. I’m an Ontarian however, and when you refer to Ontario please understand—it’s Toronto and Ottawa that hold the country hostage. Rural Ontario is conservative. Northern Ontario is reflexively NDP or Liberal, thanks to Sudbury unionists, and Thunder Bay bureaucrats but that’s all of under 10 seats (many people in Canada don’t know but northern Ontario has even have rumblings of separating from Southern Ontario in the past). Harper quelled the nation, and only now we see how well he did; in 90+ days Trudeau is dividing the country, but worse, now conservatives are ‘persona non grata’. How? By fearmongering (for which Harper was accused) and divisive politics (for which Harper was accused). Best to you all!
commented 2016-01-30 23:35:04 -0500
Coderre was absolutely right. 1.3 million in Saskatchewan are supporting 4 million in Qubec
commented 2016-01-30 14:27:09 -0500
Father Lawrence, it isn’t the Indians, it’s the Band Councils. They funnel money from the government to build themselves large homes and expensive cars while ignoring the high unemployment rate of their people. Once again, it’s government bullcrap that mucks everything up
commented 2016-01-27 15:25:48 -0500
Canada became more united under Harper because Harper was the PM of ALL OF CANADA. The liberals DO NOT CARE ABOUT ANY CANADIAN OUTSIDE OF ONTARIO AND QUEBEC. All provinces outside of central Canada are consider serf outposts to be taken advantage of for the benefit of the central Canada liberal elite. Transfer payments CANNOT be stopped short of a complete constitutional accord and the liberals know they have the votes in ontario and quebec to defeat such an endeavour. Therefore, There is only ONE avenue left for REAL CHANGE for western Canada, SEPARATION. If you cannot stomach the thought of separation then you have already resigned yourself to serfdom
commented 2016-01-27 14:39:42 -0500
Trying to satisfy Quebec politicians on anything is the same as dealing with the Indians. Their system is to demand more money for their agreement. It has nothing to do about the environment and everything to do with more money to feed their constant spending of that which they do not have!
commented 2016-01-27 13:54:01 -0500
Denis Coderre est un grosse cochon!
I didn’t take four years of French for nothing.
commented 2016-01-27 12:59:21 -0500
I actually love Quebec and kn9w not all Quebecers are against pipelines. Montreal used to be one of my favourite cities. I had a French girlfriend in Outremont and married my French wife in Victoriaville just outside of Quebec city. They were stunning beauties. The marriage was short lived but Quebec was a great place. Theirbpolutics leaves a lot to be desired but most Quebecers are great people..
commented 2016-01-27 12:17:32 -0500
don’t care…get out of Canada …like …ah…yesterday.