Lac-Megantic Train Disaster

Oil terminal slated for Belledune sparks dispute along N.B.-Que. border

Oil terminal slated for Belledune sparks dispute along N.B.-Que. border

A plan to bring Alberta oil to Belledune by rail has drawn a hard line between communities along the New Brunswick-Quebec border over the jobs the project could create and rail safety concerns. Chaleur Terminals, whose parent company, Secure Energy Services, is based in Alberta, purchased 250 acres from the Port of Belledune last year. It plans to transport Alberta crude oil to Belledune by rail…

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