The Chinese government is demanding a pipeline and oil tanker port on the B.C. coast. It’s part of Beijing’s plan to buy Canadian oil companies, locking in access to the oil sands for decades.
These are the conditions China has attached to a new Free Trade deal with Canada. With negotiations starting soon, a powerful group of old-guard Liberal insiders is pressuring Prime Minister Trudeau to accept China’s terms.
Canadians need to say loud and clear: our coast is not for sale. If enough voters reject China’s demands, Trudeau can tell the Bay Street lawyers and oil lobbyists to back off – and help us Stand Up To China.
YES, I call on our Prime Minister to reject China's demand for a West Coast pipeline.
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