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Tyler Bedford

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    Wednesday 20th January 2021, 15:57

    Building Trades of Alberta

    BTA media release: Expected decision to repeal Keystone XL’s presidential permit will affect thousands of union jobs

    “While this move is a significant blow, moving ahead the Building Trades of Alberta will continue to advocate for projects that put unionized people to work in all industries members operate in, including oil and gas, commercial and residential construction, infrastructure, maintenance, green energy and more.”

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    BTA media release: Expected decision to repeal Keystone XL’s presidential permit will affect thousands of union jobs 

“While this move is a significant blow, moving ahead the Building Trades of Alberta will continue to advocate for projects that put unionized people to work in all industries members operate in, including oil and gas, commercial and residential construction, infrastructure, maintenance, green energy and more.”

Please see full media release below.

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    Just saw Biden officially reversed the Presidential order and squashed the project.

    How many unionized workers were working on the XL pipeline project?

    It is tough to be one sided on this. We have all benefited from the Oilsands in this province, whether you worked up there, or built high rises for their offices. While the environment is important and critical, so are Union jobs.

    And the NDP who are celebrating this

    You express disappointment with the small amounts of jobs this would make while hiding behind nurses and teachers. The building trades are letting their members be raped by the UCP and the administration are gluing the members lips shut. Cowards Finish Last. Lead, follow or get put of the way.

    So glad our international endorsed Biden 🙄

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    Monday 18th January 2021, 12:22

    Building Trades of Alberta

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    Just build the energy east pipeline and get our product to tidewater

    BTA once again showing their asses , Keystone ships Canadian raw bitumen south unrefined at a fraction of the return we would see refined on our own soil from our own resource! We already are getter screwed on the price

    Didn’t the UA support Biden?

    Except for the NDP part....I don’t recall them doing anything of the sort. Lots of talk tho

    Maybe this energy could be better spent trying to convince the UCP to directly invest in domestic refining capabilities instead of raw export

    Agreed!

    You know, like the NDP was doing for us.

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