In Saskatchewan, only nine percent thought it was a good idea, 29 percent could live with it, while 62 per cent were opposed.
"Today's ruling puts an end to legal challenges that have delayed (Trans Mountain) dating back to 2013," Alberta Energy Minister Sonya Savage tweeted.
"We are unable to visit our territories with our families, to hunt or harvest foods and medicine without the threat of police violence," the Wet'suwet'en said.
"After 17 years of working in Parliament I have reluctantly recognized that the West will never be treated fairly," said Wexit Canada leader Jay Hill.
Officers will be disguised as highway workers and hide on top of commercial vehicles to catch people using their cellphones.