From the Daily Commercial News, the construction and oil industries are disappointed
Disappointed. It’s the word many in the construction and oil industries are using to sum up their feelings upon hearing TransCanada’s Energy East Pipeline will not proceed.
"I think it is unfortunate for the country that we are not going forward with a project that would be great for our national interests," said Mark Cooper, president of the Saskatchewan Construction Association. "I understand it is a business decision and I just wish that it had been a different decision."
On Oct. 5, the Calgary-based company said it would no longer be proceeding with its proposed Energy East Pipeline and Eastern Mainline projects, with CEO Russ Girling citing "changed circumstances" for the decision.
Read the full article, featuring comments from SHCA president Shantel Lipp, from the Daily Commercial News.