Access to world markets for Canadian oil has been available since 1956 when the Westridge dock was constructed in Burnaby, B.C., and linked to the Trans Mountain pipeline. The dock’s export capacity has rarely been used to its full potential in more than 60 years.
A look at the pipelines. Image courtesy of NEB: Canadian Pipeline Transportation
Conservative Senator Michael MacDonald’s Feb. 27 column in The Hill Times, “Canadian oil needs to get to world markets” includes errors in fact.
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