Toronto Sun: 'We seem determined to keep our vast resources in the ground, or at least make it more difficult to sell them. China should be reliant on natural gas from Canada, but the 13 proposals for liquified natural gas export terminals on British Columbia’s coast are bogged down in red tape.
'On Feb. 7, just days after China signed its 30-year deal with Russia, the Trudeau government denied permits for the Énergie Saguenay project. This was a project that would have taken natural gas from Western Canada and sold it to Europe and places beyond through an export terminal in Quebec.
'Days after that project was rejected, a worksite on the Coastal GasLink pipeline project was attacked. This project will take natural gas from Dawson Creek to Kitimat, B.C., where the gas can be exported.
'Criminal activists destroyed equipment, set the camp ablaze, put up roadblocks and set booby traps to target police and other first responders....'