Kinder Morgan has set its summer construction for the Trans Mountain pipeline. This schedule has been met with resistance.
Kinder Morgan TransMountain Pipeline
The Trans Mountain pipeline expansion faces significant delays as over 1,000 permits remain unresolved, a basic route has not been determined, and as many as 25 hearings have yet to be conducted. These delays could last as long as two years.
British Columbia Premier John Horgan announced today that the federal government buyout of the Kinder Morgan TransMountain pipeline will not change the B.C. government's opposition to the project.
The federal government has announced it will buy the Kinder Morgan TransMountain pipeline for $4.5 billion.
#TrackingTransMountain is a database that has been created by The Discourse, APTN News, and HuffPost Canada to examine Indigenous consultation for the Kinder Morgan TransMountain pipeline project.
Alberta has passed legislation that allow it to intervene in oil and gas exports.
The Tsleil-Waututh Nation and four other First Nations have asked the court to compel the federal government to release internal documents used in a National Observer investigation.
Indigenous people in British Columbia are voicing support for the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline, especially business people and those who live along the pipeline's proposed route. A joint effort of the Edmonton and Calgary chambers of commerce and the Greater Vancouver Board of Trad
Nestle Waters Canada had expressed opposition to the route of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion becasue the route cuts through a Nestlé water-bottling property in Hope, B.C.
The fight against the Trans Mountain pipeline continued this week as seven First Nations, the cities of Burnaby and Vancouver, and two environmental groups appeared in the Federal Court of Appeal in Vancouver.