Why didn't Ottawa oppose challenges of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion in court? National Post
"Perhaps the most surprising part of this week’s court ruling allowing six challenges of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to proceed was a section near the end of the decision that said the government had taken no position on the matter.
Ottawa’s decision not to oppose the challenges from Indigenous groups at this stage of the process has confused legal experts and attracted criticism from some who say the government isn’t doing enough to get the project built."
Trudeau doesn't want it built. It's time to find Patrick Brazeau and feed him anabolic steroids with a shovel. Then have Brazeau demand a rematch with our communist Mao loving Prime Minister True-Dodo.
Read Maura Forrest's National Post article in it's entirety here.