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Ron Tremblay from the Wolastoq Grand Council welcomes the paddlers from the Mi'kmaq Nation on the beach at Red Head. On May 30, 2015, over 500 Canadian citizens and First Nations marched in Red Head, Saint John, at the End of the Line for the proposed Energy East pipeline. The people were protesting the proposed mega pipeline and the tank terminal that would destroy and the Red Head community and endanger the Bay of Fundy. If approved, TransCanada's Energy East pipeline would travel 4600km from Alberta to Saint John, New Brunswick, shipping 1.1 million barrels of crude oil and bitumen for export through the Bay of Fundy, a critical habit for Right whales and home to thousands of jobs in Tourism and Fishing.