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'Energy East Pipeline': A Ticking Bomb That Threatens Canada's Precious Waterways


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'Energy East Pipeline': A Ticking Bomb That Threatens Canada's Precious Waterways

Deirdre Fulton, staff writer

TransCanada's proposed 2,858-mile Energy East pipeline, which would carry 1.1 million barrels of crude oil across Canada daily, would traverse at least 90 watersheds and 961 waterways between Alberta and New Brunswick — including some protected by Indigenous treaty rights — raising the prospect of a devastating spill, warns a new report from the Council of Canadians.