Blanchet and Scheer debate over the future of pipeline projects in Quebec

Blanchet and Scheer debate over the future of pipeline projects in Quebec 1

 

Here's what Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer and Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-Francois Blanchet had to say about building pipelines in Canada.

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43 Comments on "Blanchet and Scheer debate over the future of pipeline projects in Quebec"

  1. Brian DeVries | October 7, 2019 at 8:58 PM | Reply

    I guess if i was from quebec i might like blanchet…im from canafa, i disgree with blanchet.

  2. Philip Manning | October 7, 2019 at 9:04 PM | Reply

    Blanchet = massive waste of air time.

  3. Illmatic Static | October 7, 2019 at 9:06 PM | Reply

    Im voting PPC and Maxime Berner. Not any of these corporate stooges

  4. Bob Schillemore | October 7, 2019 at 9:27 PM | Reply

    Debates like I just watched…and they wonder why Alberta separation is growing….

    • Frederic Lehouillier | October 7, 2019 at 10:12 PM | Reply

      You guys can go ahead and separate, be a landlocked country whose main export is oil, with no way to pass pipelines anywhere and your immediate neighbour being the biggest oil producer and most energy independent country in the world. I wish you guys the best of luck, you’ll need it.

    • I am very motivated to promote separation. Yes I am from Alberta

    • can u guys just stop threatening it and actually do it im sick and tired of waiting for it to happen

    • @Frederic Lehouillier thank you…have fun spending your own money

    • Tammy j Monette | October 8, 2019 at 12:04 PM | Reply

      Its lies they cant seperate there broke

  5. Vote The People’s Party of Canada.

  6. The pipe is coming ! Wether you like it or not

  7. Scheer won the debate. It wouldn’t bother me if Quebec separated. I’m tired of sending them money.

  8. lastpirateslife | October 7, 2019 at 10:36 PM | Reply

    the bloc guy is no canadian.

  9. Mr. Scheer You want to respect the provinces and Quebec? Quebec is special you know, its not a province, its a nation within Canada, has not signed onto the Constitution – More of this attitude and the next election should have a referendum about if the rest of Canada still wants them in OUR CANADA. We would be much more prosperous as a Nation without PQ.

  10. All of the Land in Canada ultimately belongs to the Crown – wanta do the Plains of Abraham Thing Again? You arrogant little worm.

  11. call it the ont/que conferation,votes are the only thing they care about

  12. Quebec has absolutely no problem taking the equalization money earned from Western Canada’s resource industry. This country has become nothing but a bunch of hypocrites from coast to coast. The bigger question is why are Ontario and Quebec still receiving Equalization payments when both economics are performing better than the rest of the country??

  13. equalization payments Churchill Falls Hydro
    Quebec 221 BILLION Alberta 92 million Quebec 28 BILLION Newfoundland 2 billion

    Newfoundlanders will work for Quebec until 2041
    Albertans will work for Quebec until unknown

    • Francine Salvas | October 8, 2019 at 1:34 AM | Reply

      According to a new International Monetary Fund (IMF) report , Canada subsidized the fossil fuel industry to the tune of almost $60 billion in 2015 — approximately $1,650 per Canadian. Do the math adding each year.

  14. Nothing but paid-for-TROLLs in here.

  15. That’s adorable!

    A province-only party is at the table with those who actually wish to serve the nation.

    How long will this farce be allowed, before CANADA bans such foolishness at the table.

    Run provincially, and try to seperate – sure.

    Now, at the ‘big table?’

    Bugger off.

  16. A separatist party shouldn’t have even been at the debates

  17. Vinyl Records | October 8, 2019 at 7:08 AM | Reply

    Maybe it’s Canada’s turn to hold a referendum on Quebec.

  18. I made a gif out of Blanchet’s reaction at 0:40

  19. “The Prime Minister of Quebec” ?!? … sort of says it all about PQ guy (who’s name I am not bothering to learn)

  20. Liam Middleton | October 8, 2019 at 10:33 AM | Reply

    PPC 2019

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