Over half of British Columbians could change mind on Northern Gateway
More than a third of British Columbians completely oppose the Northern Gateway Pipeline.
However, half are on the fence, saying their position could change depending on specific considerations.
That according to a new online survey of 804 adults, conducted by Angus Reid.
It also found that nearly one-in-four residents are satisfied with the stance taken by Premier Christy Clark, who's threatening to block the Enbridge project if B.C isn't given a bigger share of the economic benefits.
The $6 billion Northern Gateway Pipeline would carry bitumen from Alberta to the coastal B.C community of Kitimat, where it would then be shipped to Asia.