PERMITS AND PERMISSION: A Community Conversation around Kinder Morgan and the NEB

tamiko suzuki luciano sanchez Barbara M Rennie Gabriel Blanchet Khaleed Mawji Jennifer Caswell Cory Rossignol Sally Pirani Brad Goodridge Patrick Zierten L. Darguzas Hanna Chapman Allan Hansell Jane Cobb Jane Henry Hendrik Beune Janet Routledge Irja-Liisa Lantela Tony Phipps Michael Casinha Angelika Hackett Ken Huckell Winston Leeson Khaleed Mawji Blair McMullin Mary Johnson Ralph Stringer Andy Van Ruyuen Adam Christensen Karl Perrin Amy Koch Louise Hander Ben Dickson Earle Peach Vijay Cuddeford Paul Hanning-Kahn Anne Brodie Elizabeth Castro Larry Myers Moya Swift Manda Ason Jordan Copp Nina Vestergaard Joelie Baynton Sergio Salgado Sanchez Neil Laffra Janet Patterson Tahir Mumtaz

Will you come?


The Liberals vowed to restore the damaged National Energy Board assessment process, claiming that "while governments grant permits for resource development, only communities can grant permission."  But what of the thousands of people from our own communities who have already been denied the right to participate in the hearings for Trans Mountain?

Despite their pre-election promises to stop Kinder Morgan until the proposal could receive a fair and open assessment, Natural Resource Minister Jim Carr has now stated that his party has no immediate plans to cancel the existing review, meaning that Harper’s pipeline plan could play out under the watch of our new governance, and the Kinder Morgan pipeline could be rubber stamped by early 2016.

But we have a choice.  Join us at the Confederation Centre in Burnaby this December 9th and find out how the communities directly affected by the Trans Mountain proposal can take back our voices heard and keep Kinder Morgan out for good.  



December 09, 2015 at 7:00pm - 9pm
Confederation Centre
4585 Albert St
Burnaby, BC V3J 6B1
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Katie Harrison ·