Electoral candidates promoting misinformation about the oil and gas industry do a disservice to voters.

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Setting the record straight on the day’s top anti-oil and gas media stories

ACTIVIST CLAIM: NDP and Green party candidates recycle activist talking points about Trans Mountain and government subsidies to the oil and gas industry.

THE FACTS:  Electoral candidates promoting misinformation about the oil and gas industry do a disservice to voters.

THE SOURCES:

New Westminster-Burnaby candidates tackle tough questions on climate change at all-candidates meeting


Here are some facts and sources to have a reasoned conversation about Trans Mountain:


Stories that get it right:

Regulator grants approval for pipeline insurers to remain undisclosed

The Canada Energy Regulator (CER) has granted TC Energy the ability to keep its insurers undisclosed, despite the repeated attempts of anti-oil and gas and divestment activists. This judgment will help provide security for TC Energy’s assets and the success of future projects. Activist groups have been successful in getting insurers for Trans Mountain to back out of the project due to massive campaigns against respective insurance providers.

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