Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks during a news conference about the government's decision on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project in Ottawa on Tuesday. Photo: Reuters

Justin Trudeau’s cabinet approves controversial Trans Mountain pipeline expansion

  • State-owned project will add 590,000 barrels of daily crude oil shipping capacity, a 15 per cent boost to Western Canada’s current four million
  • Expansion has been beset by legal challenges from environmentalists, indigenous groups and the British Columbia provincial government
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Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks during a news conference about the government's decision on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project in Ottawa on Tuesday. Photo: Reuters
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