July 2018, Vol. 245, No. 7

Editor's Notebook

Why Canadians Should do the World a Favor and Build More Pipelines

The Canadian federal government just lent its full force behind Kinder Morgan’s TransMountain pipeline by taking a stake in the project, promising to push through construction despite fierce provincial resistance from British Columbia. Activists and politicians in BC did not waste time condemning the move. To be sure, pipeline projects put a disproportionate burden on certain First Nations and municipalities. But from a national interest, economic, humanitarian, and even environmental standpoint, there is a strong case for Canadian pipelines. This includes establishing a natural-gas export corridor from Prince George to Prince Rupert, completing the Trans Mountain

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