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anticipates the project to bring in a 16% increase are used to being leaders, and that's what we doing Backgrounder: Enbridge's Line 3 project would
in taxes amounting to an anticipated total of $124 here today. We all knew our province had driven replace and double the capacity of a pipeline
million in the region over the next 20 years. itself into a dead end. So Albertans decided it was connecting Hardisty, AB to Superior, Wisconsin.
“This is a defining moment for our project and time for a change. That included ending climate Enbridge says the upgrades are needed for the
Canada's energy industry,” said Ian Anderson, change denial, and that included working safety and maintenance of the existing line.
president, Kinder Morgan Canada. “This decision constructively with other Canadians instead of just
follows many years of engagement and the shouting at them. As we're showing here today, Wildwood Agricultural
presentation of the very best scientific, technical that's how to actually get results,” said Notley.
and economic information. We are excited to move “We are putting in place a strong national Society plans for
forward and get this project built, for the benefit of climate-change policy. And we are getting on with
our customers, communities, and all Canadians.” creating jobs and economic equality, under the
According to a Conference Board of Canada terms of that new policy. Which demonstrates, as upcoming year
report, Alberta will receive the greatest economic clearly as it possibly can, that we don't have to ask
and fiscal benefit from the project including 55% working families to choose between protecting the submitted Carol Riehl
of the employment impacts and 41.5% of the fiscal environment and having a decent chance to make a
impacts. decent living. We can do both. We are doing both. It is hard to believe that another year is coming to
Douglas told council the company, based on the Let's work together right across this country to an end for the Wildwood and District Agricultural
Conference Board of Canada numbers, projects the protect our environment. And let's work together - Society and that the annual meeting will be held on
fiscal benefit to the provincial coffers is expected as we're doing today - to show that there will be December 14 at the Wildwood Recreation
to include $19.4 billion in royalties as well as $567 jobs and prosperity for Canadians in a greener Complex.
million in additional taxes over the next 20 years. future,” said Notley. The evening will start with pizza being served at
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley issued a Although there was positive news for the Trans 6:30 p.m. with the regular monthly meeting
statement regarding the federal government's Mountain expansion project the Northern Gateway starting at 7:00 p.m. followed by the annual
decisions on energy infrastructure and said, “I want pipeline did not received federal approval. The meeting at 7:30 p.m.
to thank Prime Minister Trudeau and his federal government has directed the National All members are invited to attend. Anyone
government for approving these energy Energy Board (NEB) to dismiss Enbridge's wishing to become a member is also invited to
infrastructure projects, which are critically Northern Gateway Pipelines Project application attend. Your attendance would be greatly
important to the economic future of the people of after it determined that the project is “not in the appreciated and your ideas and input welcomed.
Alberta. Our province has been brutally slammed public interest, given that it would result in crude The awards evening was well attended and was a
by the collapse in commodity prices. It has been a oil tankers transiting through the sensitive huge success. The comical magician was a great
long, dark night for the people of Alberta as a ecosystem of the Douglas Channel, which is part hit. The format was very different this year. Your
result.” of the Great Bear Rainforest,” according to the comments about that are welcome as it will help us
Premier Notley said, “We are getting a chance to news release. plan for next year. Comments can be given to
break our landlock. We're getting a chance to sell Mayor Pasychny said, “It is unfortunate that they Wilma Swinkels or any other member of the
to China and other new markets at better prices. are not moving ahead with the Northern Gateway society.
We're getting a chance to reduce our dependence pipeline as every pipeline is an economic benefit.” The fair theme for 2017 is Rednecks Roosters
on one market, and therefore to be more Trans Mountain will continue to seek all and Rainbows. Start planning now to create an
economically independent. And we're getting a necessary permits, and is planning to begin extraordinary float for the parade. The 2017 fair
chance to pick ourselves up and move forward construction in September 2017, with an in-service day is the third Friday in August which is the 18th.
again.” date for the twinned pipeline expected in late 2019. Mark your calendar today. Hope to see you on
“To the people of Alberta, I say this: Albertans December 14th.

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