Kinder Morgan may never be built because we have 3 immature rookies making decisions

While thousands of workers wait to start working on the Kinder Morgan pipeline, their wallets are draining.

Their wallets are draining because there’s a political battle between Alberta and British Columbia NDP premieres.

But it’s not only the two immature rookie provincial leaders, Justin Trudeau is also to blame.

Federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh says Trudeau needs to step in and make the decisions.

“The frame of saying it’s a concern between two provinces is not the right frame,” Singh said.

“This is the responsibility of the federal government — this is why we have a federal government in the first place, to make decisions on these type of matters.”

Most pipeline jobs are just finishing up in Alberta, and in the meantime there’s no new pipeline jobs coming up, we are waiting for political decisions to be made by the rookies, Rachel Notley, John Horgan and Justin Trudeau.

All have a history of being anti-pipeline and anti-Alberta, but for at least the next 20 years Canada needs Alberta oil, so it’s time to give the go on Kinder Morgan and stop being immature about it.


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Galina is a freelance writer who has experience writing in the digital world for 4 years when she quit her job, her interests in current world affairs gave her the drive to pursue a career in journalism before retiring. Galina originates from Russia, lived in Canada for a short time between 2011 and 2013, then moved to New York to pursue her career.