Bill C-69: the worst piece of legislation passed in decades

Bill C-69: the worst piece of legislation passed in decades

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Bill C-69 has been a disaster from the
minute Justin Trudeau and Gerald Butts introduced it. Butts is long gone but the
nasty influence of this bill continues. Now it’s become law, the worst piece of
legislation passed by Parliament in decades. This is a bill that’s going to
drive wedges across this country that will rival or exceed Pierre Trudeau’s
arrogant treatment of the Western Canadian energy sector. Some of us felt
this bill was unsalvageable from the beginning, but a lot of people put a lot
of time and effort into trying to make it remotely useful. Senators of all
stripes actually worked together to amend it to meet the requests of
premiers, of industry, and of communities across Canada. Trudeau has now rejected
that work, and he’s gone far beyond that. When six premiers challenged Justin Trudeau to consider the negative impact this bill will have, he accused them of
creating a national unity crisis, and then his gutless Liberals refused to
even allow Opposition members to debate the suggested changes. He’s going to
destroy this country. It’s time Canadians started paying attention to legislation
that’s going to mean the end of private resource projects in Western Canada.

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