Friday, April 13, 2018


   Vancouver Sun:  On the west coast, the same sentiment prevails within the business community, which wants to see a concerted federal push to get Trans Mountain finished.
    “This is no longer about a pipeline project, it’s about whether or not you can invest with confidence in any business in B.C. or frankly in Canada,” said Greg D’Avignon, president of the Business Council of British Columbia.
   “This, in my mind, is a real crisis of leadership for the country.”
    The B.C. Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade also expressed concerns about the ramifications if Trans Mountain ultimately fails.
   “If we can’t build this project, it will show the world that government approval and rule of law count for nothing in Canada,” said Val Litwin, head of the B.C. chamber.

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