Jagmeet Singh Leader of the Federal NDP party
She asked Singh several times if he still supports the $40-billion LNG project in northern B.C…Singh came out against fracking so it made sense that Kapelos would ask him how that squares with his support of an LNG project in B.C…And you know what? Singh wouldn’t answer the question.
Michelle Mungall BC Minister of Energy, Mines & Petroleum Resources
“Christy Clark reassures us that moving India and China away from coal-burning facilities to LNG facilities is the cleanest, greenest answer,” NDP MLA Michelle Mungall told her hometown Nelson Star in 2016. “I can’t believe how ridiculous that is. It’s still a fossil fuel.”
George Heyman Minister of BC Climate Change Strategy & Environment
“Our government takes the protection of drinking water, human health, and the environment very seriously,” said Environment Minister George Heyman in a statement.
“Further, the review doesn’t include an examination of the impacts of fracking on the health of those living near the Montney gas-producing region. The B.C. government’s approval of the LNG Canada project is short-sighted and irresponsible since it overlooks the true costs of fracking and the risks it poses to the environment and the health of B.C. residents. https://www.straight.com/news/1219081/elizabeth-phillips-bc-government-ignores-true-cost-lng-canada-project
John Horgan Premier of BC, Champion of (fracked) LNG
Describing the passage of the legislation as one of the “proudest moments of my life,” Horgan spoke about the important of the legislation is creating reconciliation with Indigenous people across Canada…“Reconciliation is not just words, reconciliation is action.”
Why would you believe anything they say?????