“It’s clearly not over”: Pam Palmater on TMX pipeline expansion

"It’s clearly not over": Pam Palmater on TMX pipeline expansion 1


Indigenous activist Pam Palmater and MP John Barlow join the Scrum to discuss the TMX pipeline expansion's impact on Indigenous people.

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28 Comments on "“It’s clearly not over”: Pam Palmater on TMX pipeline expansion"

  1. Was it not Trudeau liberals feet dragging that caused the private sector investors to back out.

  2. Mr. Barlow says nobody would buy it, but the Western Indigenous Pipeline Group has stated that they want an equity stake.

  3. Trudeau keeps spending the Canadian taxpayers on something that will not happen–the only path to move oil from Alberta is eastwise.

  4. Why are non elected judges running this country?

  5. Victoria Alvarez | February 9, 2020 at 3:33 PM | Reply

    That Pam just lady spouted 10 minutes of her feelings, no facts

  6. Why is there still a govt? Why dont we let the indegenous do all the decisions?

  7. Ant new pipeline, is a best engineered pipline. It’s safer than rail, and the FN whom derive support from government, gladly accept the funds it generates. A few hereditary chiefs, slighted at not being the elected power, make attempts to disrupt, even through sabotage, to become relevant. It’s time for equality, true equality. Become part of Canada and share it’s burdens and benefits, or declare independence, and immediately be self supportive. Just obey the laws of Canada when you leave your country. This is full and true equality, or nationhood, anything less, is fools being played by politicians.

  8. Shrieking doesn’t make it true there Pam.

  9. Larry McMullen | February 9, 2020 at 4:08 PM | Reply

    These commentators and those they advocate should all have a cap on what they can use that has any ingredient in it that comes from a fossil fuel.

  10. bruce mcclelland | February 9, 2020 at 4:44 PM | Reply

    This is a catch 22 issue thanks to Trudeau
    This will never pass may as well kiss goodbye a lot of Canadians social programs

  11. Government liberals need to go

  12. Don’t Poke The Bear | February 9, 2020 at 5:20 PM | Reply

    Why do you keep giving theses saboteurs a platform. They’ve had their way/say it’s time for them to get out of the way. Canadians are tired of the fear mongering and fake aboriginal rights.

  13. Only idiots block highways.

  14. Preacher Peter | February 9, 2020 at 5:52 PM | Reply

    Pam Palmater is an Indigenous supremacist and completely clueless while having 5 University degrees from colonial institutions.

  15. I wonder if Pam will admit she is wrong when all her predictions don’t come true? 🤔

  16. Yeah we need pipeline’s going east

  17. Pam is a basketcase

  18. Why on earth wasnt that money put towards a refinery instead of pipeline.

  19. Can anyone tell me what it is aboriginals are entitled to?

  20. the first nations want the pipeline, its just a matter of how much the government will pay them

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