Damn right they don’t us to know, because those resource workers, and their spouses and friends, wouldn’t be headed to cash registers with products from these phoney philanthropists / protectors of the environment
What he was referring to was an article in the Thursday March 14th Financial Post entitled, “NGOs, Talk about ‘collusion’: How foreign-backed anti-oil activists infiltrated Canada’s government”
Metres away from residential housing ... close proximity to residential areas. What the hell ... that means areas with families ... young children .... schools ... and likely toxic and contaminated soil.
Damn right they don’t want the public to know, because many of what they are calling the public, work hard in resource jobs ... in mining ... in oil and gas extraction. And in Canada, they do it under some of the strictest environmental regulations IN THE WORLD!
Damn right they don’t want the public to know, because those same people, and their spouses and friends, certainly would not be headed to the cash registers with products from these phony philanthropists and so-called protectors of the environment – they’d leave them on the shelves where they belong.
If I was thinking of developing a resource project, Heyman saying that, “The BC government has introduced legislation aimed at making sure decisions affecting the province’s natural resources are science-based, transparent and protect B.C.’s unique environment for future generations”, would bring fear to me and all involved around our planning table.
Nothing like striking fear into government professionals, well-learned in their fields – now having to worry about government expectations when making their decision on approving a project or not.
First up will be the federal election in October. The NDP, the Greens, and the Liberals all hive policies that will continue the chaos created in putting a plug in our resource economy. That means ensuring none of those three are able to win or create a coalition. And while some may question Andrew Scheer’s energy to forcefully drive a vision of a fiscally responsible government that will put safely regulated resource projects back at the top of the list of importance, his Conservative Party must be elected.