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A few days after the announcement of another oil spill from TransCanada’s Keystone pipeline in the U.S., a new report shows that the Energy East pipeline project would threaten major sources of drinking water across Canada—the majority of them in Quebec—not identified in TransCanada’s application to the National Energy Board.
On Tuesday, August 19, the Council of Canadians released a report, Energy East: Where Oil Meets Water, on the spill risks TransCanada’s proposed Energy East pipeline poses to waterways along the pipeline path.
Actualité - 28 August 2014 - Tag : Advocacy, Drinking water, Kalamazoo oil spill, Tar sands toolkit, TransCanada