Quick Dick McDick reverts to his oilpatch days, explains Coastal GasLink

Our favourite farmer worked for many years in the area where Coastal GasLink originates

Quick Dick McDick spent most of his life working in the oilpatch of northwest Alberta and northeast British Columbia. As a result, he's got a fair bit to say about protests against the Coastal GasLink Pipeline. Get ready for a whoppin' load of brutal honesty. "Put down the signs and get out of the cold weather, and let's create a Canada that can all work together," he said.

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