The "irony of it" was just too rich that he would travel to Canada, which enjoys a socialized, single-payer healthcare system, to have the procedure performed.
“The provincial and federal governments must revoke the permits for this project until the standards of free, prior and informed consent are met."
Here's why that's bad news for the communities in both Canada and the U.S. where this influx of oil train traffic will pass.
Residents are increasingly concerned that the expansion of Trans Mountain may result in a major uptick in tankers carrying Alberta oilsands crude to the region’s five refineries.
"This is a historic step forward for the movement to end marijuana prohibition."