First Suzuki and now this!!

Can you believe it? First, the University of Alberta plans to give David Suzuki an honorary degree, now the Canadian Government is directly funding an anti-hydrocarbons activist group.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government through its summer jobs program is funding a position with an activist group working to stop the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion.

A non-profit group by the name of Dogwood BC has posted online an advertisement for a student part-time position within the organization. The position involves working to help the group's network "stop the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker project." It notes the position is funded by the federal Canada Summer Jobs Program.

Please share this story with your network and tell Prime Minister Trudeau that this is unacceptable. Tell him Canadians are proud of their natural resources and he should be too, not funding groups that are against our hydrocarbon industry.

The Trans Mountain project will bring insurmountable social and economic benefits to Canada, its time for our country's leadership to share this vision.

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