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A panel discussion on post-election opportunities for change
In defeating the Harper government on November 19, the Canadian public repudiated headlong tar sands and pipeline development. Parties calling for an overhaul of the pipeline approval process to fully include environmental impact received the support of 63% of voters.
Many Canadians feel it’s a new day. There are hopes for a new relationship, between the people and our government – a clean start with a mandate to move directly towards an economy based on clean sustainable energy.
How can we and our community be an active partner in working for constructive change on pipeline and energy policy?
Your ideas are welcome.
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