Over the weekend, there were dueling protests in Vancouver over the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion.
The anti-pipeline protests went exactly as expected, with lots of apocalyptic messaging and people mindlessly using fossil fuels to get to wherever they were going to protest fossil fuels.
Over at the pro-pipeline protest, 500 people, including a busload from Alberta, made an impassioned plea to put an end to the political gamesmanship and do what is best for the Canadian economy.
Watch as I show you the highlights, the lowlights, and how the CBC is trying to mislead the public about support for the Kinder Morgan expansion.
Over half of Vancouver's oil and gas comes from refineries in Alberta.
Premier Notley - poaching a good idea from Jason Kenny - is threatening to turn the taps off unless the BC government gets out of the way of the project.
The protesters want a world without oil. They should be careful what they wish for because they just might get it.