Oil should stay here

China says in the China Sea, they have more oil than all of Canada and they just built their first oil drilling platforms.

Editor:

I was on the Enbridge panel and spoke against the pipeline.

I see on television China says in the China Sea, they have more oil than all of Canada and they just built their first oil drilling platforms.  So why are we going to sell our oil to them?

One day our future generation is going to wake up and stand in front of a big hole and ask what happened.

Well they sold all of our resources.

So it’s now looking like a moonscape.

These resources are not renewable when they’re gone they’re gone.

It’s all over money.

Why do we sell oil to the U.S.A? Gas there is $1.50 a gallon cheaper.

Our gas prices should be lower with our oil, not more.

The eastern part of Canada imports oil and the west coast sells oil, now isn’t that stupid.

These companies are so big they tell the government what to do.

Gordon Stewart

Telkwa

 

 

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