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TransCanada pipeline: Now's the time to ask questions

TransCanada, the company behind the controversial Keystone XL project, announced this summer that it would proceed with its Energy East Pipeline project. The company plans to convert an existing pipeline to carry crude oil from Alberta and Saskatchewan to Ontario, and to build a new pipeline from Cornwall, Ontario to Saint John, New Brunswick. The project would bring 1.1 million barrels of crude oil per day through nine regions of Quebec. Some of the crude oil would come from the tar sands.

TransCanada is holding a series of information sessions this fall. If you are concerned about the risk this project poses, go and ask questions. 

Here's the list of municipalities TransCanada is visiting (links in French):