Where The Hell Is That Promised Help For Canada’s Energy Sector?

Two weeks ago, Bill Morneau said it was “hours away.” So where the hell is it?

Two weeks ago, finance minister Bill Morneau said support for Canada’s beleaguered energy sector was “hours away.”

There’s still nothing.

The sector is imploding, with oil at stunningly low prices, Alberta facing the possibility of horrific 25% unemployment, and an immense amount of jobs on the verge of being lost – if not having been lost already.

Also, despite the fact that our energy sector is an essential part of keeping the nation alive, as we would literally be starving to death without gas powered trucks and truckers hauling essentials across the nation (not to mention that medical equipment that is made of plastic), the sector is still being allowed to crumble.

Apparently, there is said to be an internal push among some Liberal cabinet ministers (showing immense disloyalty to Canada), who are seeking to stem any support for the sector, seeing it as their chance to collapse the industry.

Of course, that would simply leave Canada 100% dependent on foreign oil, and push Canada into a full-on prolonged economic depression, along with guaranteeing Western Separatism and the breakup of the country.

Support must be given NOW, and any delay as an act of economic sabotage against our nation and against the Canadian People.

Spencer Fernando

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Ron Shaw
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SEPARATION is now the only answer to the eastern elitist,
never pipelines. , fake carbon taxation , broken confederation government , hell bent on destroying western Canadians . Sooner the better . Fair , equitable representation did not happen as promised over one hundred years ago and will not happen under this corrupt liberal government .
Simply time to leave a bad relationship .

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I hope Alberta and Saskatchewan and any other smart province are quickly setting up to quickly separate, it is too late now for the rest of the country who voted this one world UN NOT Canadian government back in. Canada as a country was already being destroyed by this ?gov. and now the pushed release of the CCP virus pandemic and everything shut down, criminals released and this puppet UN government giving billions away around the world and putting us all in unreasonable debt, which the one world government wants us in so they can take everything from us. The… Read more »

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Serious leadership in Western Canada is now required to navigate the separation. I would like to hear from the likes of Kenney, Harper, Manning, and others here in the West about the economic, legal and military pros and cons of a Western Provinces/US alliance.