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Quebec Politicians (The Same Ones Who Attack Alberta Energy) Are Panicking As The Province Runs Out Of Propane

CN strike has left the province with less than a week of supply left.

Many Quebec politicians enjoyed scoring political points by attacking the Alberta energy industry.

But now, those same politicians may be realizing how big a mistake they’ve made by not embracing Alberta energy products, and by not supporting more pipelines from Alberta to the east.

With CN Rail on strike, Quebec has been cut off from their supply of propane, with the province now running out fast.

According to Quebec Premier Francois Legault, the province is down to just five days of propane supply, and he’s calling it an “emergency.”

The province could soon run out of propane, causing chaos at hospitals, farms, businesses, nursing homes, and more.

Quebec uses about six million litres of propane per day, and their reserves are a mere 12 million. The province has begun rationing, in an effort to stave off the moment at which they run out.

Notably, while there are massive propane reserves stored in Fort Saskatchewan Alberta, Quebec instead gets most of their propane from Sarnia, with a smaller amount being shipped by rail from Edmonton.

As Stephen Taylor said on Twitter, perhaps Quebec needs a pipeline?

“Can we interest you in a pipeline?”

Stephen Taylor@stephen_taylor

Can we interest you in a pipeline?https://globalnews.ca/news/6199755/quebec-cn-strike/ …Quebec has less than 5 days propane left due to CN strike, premier saysQuebec Premier François Legault says a strike at Canadian National Railway Co. has left the province with fewer than five days before it runs out of propane.globalnews.ca4921:48 PM – Nov 21, 2019Twitter Ads info and privacy175 people are talking about this

This goes to show how the political pandering and hypocrisy of some Quebec politicians is damaging not only the West, but also Quebec. Quebec could have access to a gigantic supply of energy, more than enough to fill all of their needs and have a massive reserve in place, if only their politicians would embrace Alberta energy and show respect to Alberta.

Instead, Quebec now faces a crisis that could cause real damage to people’s lives, and it was entirely avoidable.

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