But, according to a report by Abacus Data, we're enthusiastic about the development of a cross-Canada pipeline
Last month, Abacus Data asked 1,832 people this question:
TransCanada Corp. considering developing an oil pipeline that would bring western oil to eastern Canadian refineries, and perhaps allow for crude exports from the deep-water port of Saint John. Currently all oil refined in Eastern Canada is imported from other countries. The pipeline -- much of it to be converted from an existing gas pipeline -- could carry between 500,000 and one million barrels a day of oil.
Based on this information, do you support or oppose the proposal to build a cross-Canada pipeline?
The survey results, released Monday, suggest that 78 per cent of those surveyed, and who had an opinion aboutRead More »from Canadians support the idea of a cross-Canada oil pipeline