The Canadians who live along the route of the longest proposed tar sands pipeline – in pictures

Guardian: TransCanada’s proposed Energy East pipeline will be the single longest tar sands pipeline in the world if approved. It would carry crude oil and dilbit (diluted bitumen) from Alberta through Ontario to Quebec, and on to export terminals in the Maritimes. Photographer Robert van Waarden travelled over 2,796 miles along the length of the proposed pipeline from Hardisty, Aberta, to St John, New Brunswick, meeting people whose lives and livelihoods would be impacted by it ...

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