Incessant delays and the Liberals refusal to support the Energy East pipeline have just cost 358 jobs in Peterborough, Ontario.
General Electric announced the closure of its Peterborough operations September 2018.
In 2014, GE had announced it would be adding 250 new jobs in Peterborough to build motors for TransCanada's Energy East pipeline.
But instead of a pipeline, GE and the rest of Canada got a series of artificial delays and excuses.
In January 2016, the Federal Liberals added even more hurdles and hoops for Canadian energy projects to jump through. Then Team Trudeau refused to vote for a Conservative motion to support Energy East.
This sent a chilling message to investors that Canada was no longer open for business.
Maybe these anti-oil Liberal governments will notice how pipeline delays are hurting the entire country now that it's happening in a Liberal riding like Peterborough.