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IN THE NEWS | Local MP calls Trans Mountain project a ‘money-losing pipeline’ for Canada

Published: December 8, 2018

Peter Julian has submitted criticisms of pipeline expansion to the National Energy Board. Burnaby Now December 8, 2018 06:46 PM NEB hearings are underway into the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion which would increase tanker traffic in the Burrard Inlet. Photograph By File New Westminster-Burnaby MP Peter Julian has outlined at length the environmental concerns he […]

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IN THE NEWS ~ N.B. could become an economic powerhouse, committee hears

Published: March 10, 2014

ADAM HURAS, LEGISLATURE BUREAU, TIMES & TRANSCRIPT (MONCTON) MAIN, Page: A3; THE DAILY GLEANER (FREDERICTON) MAIN, Page: A1; NEW BRUNSWICK TELEGRAPH-JOURNAL MAIN, Page: A1 Developing Atlantic Canada’s oil and gas reserves has the potential to transform New Brunswick from a have-not province to an economic powerhouse like Saskatchewan, a federal committee researching the industry has […]

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IN THE NEWS ~ NDP Natural Resources critic explores needs of Newfoundlanders

Published: March 8, 2014

Tax clinics for families with disabilities being conducted today James McLeod, THE TELEGRAM (ST. JOHN’S) LOCAL, Page: A4 New Democrat Natural Resources critic Peter Julian was in St. John’s, flanked by local MPs Ryan Cleary and Peter Julian, to talk about sustainable development, and all the things he thinks that Prime Minister Stephen Harper is […]

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Statement from the NDP on the approval of the reversal of Line 9

Published: March 6, 2014

The Official Opposition’s Energy and Natural Resources Critic, Peter Julian, issued the following statement in response to the National Energy Board’s decision to approve the Line 9 reversal: “All Canadians benefit when our resources are developed and transported in a safe and sustainable way. With the proper environmental review and high safety standards, New Democrats […]

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IN THE NEWS ~ Pipeline concerns sought by NEB

Published: February 28, 2014

Government, not board, will make decision in the end Vito Pilieci, Ottawa Citizen, Early CITY, Page: B1 / FRONT   Officials from the National Energy Board have been meeting with groups across the nation’s capital to inform them of the long approval process that now lies ahead for TransCanada Corp.’s massive $12-billion Energy East Pipeline […]

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IN THE NEWS ~ Op-ed ~ The Tory rip-and-ship approach

Published: February 26, 2014

Instead, Canada can pursue a clean-energy transition. Peter Julian, Official Opposition Critic on Energy & Natural Resources There is perhaps no clearer contrast between the Conservative government and the official Opposition NDP than on energy policy. Policies of the current federal Conservatives are rooted in short-term profit rather than long-term value, and fail to ensure […]

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IN THE HOUSE ~ Question ~ Pipeline safety report

Published: February 4, 2014

  41st Parliament, 2nd Session ~ Context : Question Period M. Peter Julian (Burnaby—New Westminster, NPD): Monsieur le Président, il est clair que les conservateurs veulent protéger l’industrie tandis que nous, au NPD, voulons protéger la santé des gens. Les conservateurs ont laissé l’Office national de l’énergie cacher un rapport troublant sur la manière dont […]

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IN THE HOUSE ~ Question to the Harper government on the Keystone XL pipeline proposal

Published: January 28, 2014

41st Parliament, 2nd Session ~ Context : Question Period M. Peter Julian (Burnaby—New Westminster, NPD): Monsieur le Président, la panique des conservateurs dans le dossier Keystone est devenue un problème à la veille du discours sur l’état de l’Union du président Obama. Il s’agit maintenant d’un important irritant pour nos relations avec notre principal partenaire […]

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IN THE NEWS ~ Opposition slams Stephen Harper government for spending reserve money on ad campaign

Published: January 24, 2014

Published | Publié: 2014-01-24 Received | Reçu: 2014-01-24 7:50 PM CANADA.COM BLOGS NATIONAL Mike De Souza, Duplicates: MONTREAL GAZETTE (EARLY), A16, 2014/01/25; OTTAWA CITIZEN (EARLY), A2, 2014/01/25; WINDSOR STAR (EARLY), A15, 2014/01/25; EDMONTON JOURNAL (EARLY), A10, 2014/01/25. OTTAWA – Opposition critics are accusing the federal government of bad fiscal management following revelations it took […]

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