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Energy East

The Energy East project was a proposed pipeline that would have carried 1.1 million barrels of crude per day, including from the tar sands. In October 2017, we celebrated the announcement from TransCanada Corp., the company behind the project, that it was canceling the project.

Climate movement claims victory as NEB considers Energy East's full emissions contributions

Climate movement claims victory as NEB considers Energy East’s full emissions contributions

We have been calling for the full climate impacts of the Energy East pipeline to be considered in the National ...
WIN! National Energy Board review of Energy East to include upstream and downstream emissions

WIN! National Energy Board review of Energy East to include upstream and downstream emissions

Council of Canadians energy and climate justice campaigner Andrea Harden-Donahue has argued that the climate impacts of the Energy East ...
New Brunswick calls for Energy East hearings to be "started as quickly as possible"

New Brunswick calls for Energy East hearings to be “started as quickly as possible”

The Council of Canadians Fredericton and Saint John chapters gathered at the Nashwaak River on June 10 to oppose the ...
March to the End of the Line will challenge Energy East pipeline

March to the End of the Line will challenge Energy East pipeline

Participants will march and picnic to highlight the importance of protecting water from tar sands pipelines, train cars, and export ...
Fredericton chapter & allies march against the Energy East pipeline

Fredericton chapter & allies march against the Energy East pipeline

The Council of Canadians Fredericton chapter marched against the proposed Energy East pipeline yesterday afternoon. Global News reports, "Opposition ...
March across the Nashwaak River will challenge Energy East pipeline

March across the Nashwaak River will challenge Energy East pipeline

Participants will march to highlight the importance of protecting water from tar sands pipelines, train cars, and export supertankers, in ...
Thunder Bay chapter disappointed by City Council vote to back Energy East pipeline

Thunder Bay chapter disappointed by City Council vote to back Energy East pipeline

The Thunder Bay chapter will continue to moibilize to stop the Energy East pipeline. The Council of Canadians Thunder Bay ...
New Conservative leader supports 'free trade', Energy East, opposes electoral reform

New Conservative leader supports ‘free trade’, Energy East, opposes electoral reform

Newly-elected Conservative leader Andrew Scheer's website says, "Only Andrew can unite the Conservative Party while remaining true to our ...