Stopping the Flow: Quebec Climate Action Camp takes on the Enbridge Trailbreaker project

By Cameron Fenton
The Dominion –

                Climate Campers march to the site of the Enbridge’s
 proposed pumping station in Dunham, QC.
Photo: Cedillo Lissner
DUNHAM, QC—From August 7 to 23, the Quebec Climate Action Camp took root in Dunham, QC—an hour drive southeast of Montreal. The camp aimed to continue to build opposition to the construction of a pumping station in Dunham, a key piece of infrastructure in the Enbridge Trailbreaker project.
The Trailbreaker pipeline project would reverse the flow of existing pipleline infrastructure, moving tar sands oil from Alberta through the United States, Ontario, and eventually crossing through Montreal and Quebec’s Eastern Townships region. It would then be piped to Portland, Maine, to be loaded onto tankers destined for Texan refineries.
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