Oct 6, 2017 - TransCanada’s Energy East Tar Sands Pipeline is Dead


The controversial proposed Energy East Tar Sands pipeline is dead. On Thursday, TransCanada announced it is ending their efforts to build the $15.7 billion pipeline. If built, the pipeline would have carried 1.1-million barrels a day of Tar Sands crude to Eastern refineries and export terminals.

The pipeline faced fierce opposition by over 150 1st Nations, environmentalist and was subjected to pressure from a growing divestment movement.

While the pipeline has been defeated, the Treaty Alliance Against Tar Sands expansion vows to continue to fight the three other proposed Tar Sands pipelines; Kinder Morgan’s TransMountain pipeline, TransCanada’s Keystone XLpipeline and Enbridge’s Line 3 expansion.

The Treaty Alliance released the following in response to the Energy East announcement.


by Wakíƞyaƞ Waánataƞ (Matt Remle- Lakota)

Last Real Indians