The project’s impact assessment found that the effects from the GNL Quebec on sound and on the marine mammal population would be insignificant.

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

ACTIVIST CLAIM: Anti-LNG Activist in Quebec makes the claim that GNL Quebec project will harm beluga whales.

THE FACTS:   The project’s impact assessment found that the effects from the GNL Quebec on sound and on the marine mammal population would be insignificant.

THE SOURCES:

Translation: Legault’s cabinet has a difficult decision coming up. The choice is heartbreaking, I wouldn’t want to be in their shoes.

“Shale gas pipeline from Alberta”  “The belugas”


Here are some talking points and sources to have a reasonable conversation about GNL Quebec:


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