The BC NDP oppose Trans Mountain on the grounds that it's dangerous to the environment and yet, the BC NDP are allowing the construction of a 14 km jet fuel pipeline across salmon habitat.
BC Premier John Horgan finds himself at the centre of a Canadian constitutional crisis of his own making as his government blocks the Trans Mountain pipeline from Edmonton to the port of Vancouver.
But as it turns out the Vancouver Airport Authority is proceeding with the construction of a pipeline that will be used to import jet fuel via tanker from Asia.
According to Business Vancouver, site preparation began May 2017 in Richmond for a new tank farm and pipeline that, once completed in 2019, will supply airlines operating out of Vancouver International Airport.
Well go figure.
Watch to find out the startling facts about how Vancouver currently meets their jet fuel needs and why I think Washington State needs to quit meddling in Canadian sovereignty.
It seems, according to the left, pipelines are bad if they’re Canadian, and tankers and barges are bad if they’re Canadian.
And meddling in the foreign affairs of a sovereign country is bad, unless you’re doing it to Canadians.