Thursday, March 27, 2014
TransCanada Hosts Public Consultations In Ontario
There is a sense of concern for the environment following public consultations in Thunder Bay for the proposed Energy East pipeline.
Several presentations were made Wednesday evening including one from Paul Berger who is with Citizens United for a Sustainable Planet.
Berger says the group has a few objections.
He says they have three main points opposing the pipeline being they know it will leak, that aboriginal territory be respected and they are very concerned about the climate change that will come with that.
He adds that the current pipeline is not designed to see a conversion into carrying oil instead of gas which is included in the proposal.