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Videos from the BROKE Town Halls Sept.2016

View 10-minute video with highlights from both town halls here:

Click the links below to watch the YouTube videos from our September 21st and 28th, 2016, Town Halls.

Damien Stalaston clip: https://youtu.be/O5FzK0xwQUY

Robyn Allan clip: https://youtu.be/_XM7FjJFgUU

Holly Arntzen clip: https://youtu.be/oqfW19_rOX4

Rueben George clip: https://youtu.be/E1m8KTZHgno

Audrey Seigl clip: https://youtu.be/etH0ckJGDaM

Dipak Dattani and Chris Bowcock clip: https://youtu.be/w36gMU1ov_o

Holly Arntzen with Ruth Walmsley clip: https://youtu.be/2VtzuPeJs50

Seth Klein clip: https://youtu.be/T47XmoAv0mw

Kate Hodgson clip: https://youtu.be/37xPvdka3wQ

Kinder Morgan Town Hall at Stoney Creek June 28

The Stoney Creek Environmental Committee in cooperation with community and environmental groups is hosting a series of public forums to examine Kinder Morgan’s plan to expand the Trans Mountain Pipeline, increase tanker traffic through the Georgia Straight and expand oil tank capacity on Burnaby Mountain. The Kinder Morgan pipeline now ships 300,000 barrels of oil per day this amount is planned to increase to over 750,000 barrels per day. The planned expansion will require that a new pipeline be built through Burnaby, oil tanker traffic dramatically increased through Georgia Straight and Burrard Inlet and expanded oil tank storage capacity on Burnaby Mountain.

Each element of Kinder Morgan’s planned expansion requires careful consideration and debate. Experts on the impact of the planned expansion have been invited to speak to increase information about the planned expansion and to provide an opportunity for public input.

Speakers: Michael Hale, Pipe-Up Network, Sven Biggs, No Tankers and Kennedy Stewart, MP Burnaby NorthRead more…

Information Session with Kinder Morgan

Kinder Morgan is holding informations sessions throughout British Columbia, Canada about their plan to dramatically expand their shipments of diluted bitumen from the tar sands in Alberta to Burarrd Inlet, passing near schools and through housing developments, pristine forests, rivers and salmon bearing streams. Many community groups are opposed to Kinder Morgan’s proposal and to the existing pipelines, tank farms, refineries and oil take farms, but they are not being heard. This is your chance to hear the facts about the “process”.Read more…

Kinder Morgan Town Hall at Stoney Creek

The first community forum on Kinder Morgan’s plan to radically expand their pipeline from Alberta to Burarrd Inlet in Burnaby, British Columbia was held on June 28th, 2012. The speakers included Michael Hale of Pipe Up Network and Sven Biggs of No Tankers.

The second community forum was held on July 7th, 2012. Speaking at the second forum were Kennedy Stewart, MP Burnaby North, Ben West, Wilderness Committee, and Celine Trojand, Dogwood Initiative.Read more…