The Canadian PressSeptember 8, 2013 05:34
FREDERICTON - When it comes to people like Cyrille Simard, TransCanada has a challenge in selling the Energy East Pipeline project in New Brunswick.
The mayor of Edmundston says he wants the company to guarantee the west-to-east pipeline, which could traverse his city of 16,000, won't harm the area's watershed.
"They gave us the assurance that it was understood that it is a very important issue and that they would take care of that by bringing some new scenarios of a route," Simard says.
"We're still waiting for that, and we'll see."