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We wear the exact same navy polo shirts as TransCanada, but ours are branded "SaveCanada"
With a few friends onboard you can outnumber the TransCanada reps!
Our friendly and helpful representatives are more than willing to answer tough questions attendees have about the threats and risks this pipeline poses. ...TransCanada reps try to dodge these questions.
Q: Will this pipeline leak? A: Yes.
Q: Will this pipeline significantly expand the tar sands? A: Big times.
We wrote up the real facts about this pipeline project and had it laid out just like the handouts TransCanada gives out.
Our information is of much more interest to the attendees than TransCanada's half truths and souvenir gift bags.
With SaveCanada present, folks who attended the open house are given real information and a memorable experience! On TransCanada's giant route map you can even play "Pin the Tar Sands Spill on the Pipeline". You can help give the community encouragement that they too can speak up with their concerns about this project."The trade-show style format of these open houses is really very sneaky. This is apparently a "community consultation" but it is actually an individual sell-job. Divide and conquer. The format doesn't allow for actual community consultation, and questions go unanswered. We all have concerns, we can voice them creatively."