Majority of Canadians call lack of new pipeline capacity a ‘crisis,’ except in transfer payment drunk Quebec of course…

A slight majority of Canadians are calling the lack of new oil pipeline capacity in the country a “crisis,” according to findings from a recent survey by the Angus Reid Institute.

The institute surveyed 4,024 Canadian adults between Dec. 21 and Jan. 3, and found that 58 per cent affirmed that the lack of new oil pipeline capacity constitutes a crisis, while 42 per cent said it does not.

But responses varied widely though across the provinces, with a high of 87 per cent of Albertans polled calling it a crisis while, at the low end, only 40 per cent of Quebecers had a similar sentiment.

The majority in transfer payment welfare case Quebec do not believe it is a crisis.

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