Business Leaders Lash Out At Gas Pipeline Protesters

Protests against the Coastal GasLink pipeline that will deliver natural gas to Canada’s first LNG plant are having repercussions across industries as they paralyze railway transport, prompting business leaders to lash out at the protesters and the CEO of Canadian National Railways to warn that the company may have to start laying off people if the protests continue. “This is a good case of insanity,” the head of a car parts making company told Bloomberg. “This situation is regrettable for its impact on the economy and…