Energy East

TransCanada’s Energy East pipeline project would ship 1.1 million barrels of oil every day, including tar sands crude, from Alberta to Saint John, New Brunswick. It would be the largest tar sands pipeline in North America. The 4,400 kilometre export pipeline threatens over 1000 waterways along the route with a devastating diluted bitumen spill and filling it would generate more climate pollution than any single Atlantic province.

You can join the fight to stop Energy East by connecting with one of the groups below!

Groups working on Energy East:

Red Head Anthony’s Cove Preservation Association

Council of Canadians Energy East campaign

Peace and Friendship Alliance

Conservation Council of New Brunswick

Council of Canadians Saint John chapter

Council of Canadians Fredericton chapter