The deadline for Kinder Morgan to decide if the company is going to go forward with its Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project is May 31 - just two short weeks away.
The pipeline project is the definition of a “no-brainer”. The current pipeline that has operated without incident for nearly seven decades, will be twinned in the existing easement.
But the project is being met with fierce opposition from the BC government, foreign NGOs and CBC’s manufactured Canadian icon, David Suzuki.
How did our nation get to the point that a shantytown squatter’s camp of hippies and an unelected NDP premier in BC are holding the economy of our entire country in their filthy socialist mitts?
Friends of Science has some ideas about how that happened.
They’ve been called a shadowy climate denial group by Desmog Blog and Greenpeace have accused them of being part of a decades long coordinated effort to attack climate science as a way to delay action on climate change.
But, Friends of Science says the “current obsession with global warming is misguided in that climate fluctuations are natural phenomena, and suggest that “adaptation should be emphasized rather than misguided attempts at control.”
Joining me tonight from Friends of Science is Michelle Stirling to discuss their latest reports combatting the Federal Liberal’s politicized climate change agenda, the embedded anti-oil activists in Trudeau's government and the new documentary they’re bringing to Edmonton.