|13 November 2012||East Vancouver Info Session – Pacific National Exhibition (PNE), Hastings Room (2901 East Hastings Street) – 5pm-8pm|
|15 November 2012||Downtown Vancouver Info Session – Harbour Centre, Segal Hall (515 West Hastings Street) – 5pm-8pm|
|17 November 2012||West Point Grey Info Session – Aberthau Mansion (4397 West 2nd Ave) – 5pm-8pm|
|20 November 2012||Coquitlam Info Session – Centennial Secondary School, Courtyard (570 Poirier Street) – 5pm-8pm. Contact Sven Biggs at email@example.com|
|21 November 2012||Surrey Info Session – Ellendale Elementary School (14525 110A Avenue) – 5pm-8pm|
|November 24 2012||Burnaby Info Session #1 – Stoney Creek Community School (2740 Beaverbrook Crescent) – drop in from 1pm-4pm. Contact Karl Perrin at firstname.lastname@example.org||November 26 2012||Burnaby Info. Session #2 -Eagle Creek at Burnaby Mountain Golf Course, 7600 Halifax, 6:30-8. Contact Mary Hatch at email@example.com|
Tsleil-Waututh Nation Advisory
The Tsleil-Waututh Nation is encouraging the public to attend information sessions on the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion in hopes that most of those who attend will be critics of the project.
But Tsleil-Waututh members say they will keep their distance while the information sessions are under way. The Tsleil-Waututh has decided to keep its distance because it expects to be consulted by the federal government on the $4.1-billion project.
It deems itself a sovereign government with constitutionally protected rights and title. Participating with Kinder Morgan in anything that would be deemed as consultation with respect to the pipeline would be counter to that position, it says.
We, as a nation, expect to have a meaningful consultation government to government, said Carleen Thomas, an elected council member of the Tsleil-Waututh.
We are clear that the government cannot delegate this obligation to consult to third parties such as Kinder Morgan.
Burnaby Residents Opposed to KinderMorgan Expansion Advisory
BROKE urges the public to not Sign in at Kinder Morgan “information” sessions and to not fill out the Kinder Morgan consultation forms. These sessions are not public consultations or part of the government process.
After attending an info session Len Laycock said he found the public hearing to be more like a sales centre for condos. Except in this case they are trying to sell you a toxic pipeline.
Other Events Hosted or Recommended by BROKE
|21 November 2012 7:00 PM||Chevron Advisory Committee Open House – Confederation Seniors Centre. The meeting is open to the public. We encourage people to to go and ask questions.
|29 November 7-8:45pm||White Water Black Gold Location TBA. See updates at http://brokepipelinewatch.ca/events. Contact person Ruth at firstname.lastname@example.org|
|10 December, 2012 6:15 PM||Kay Meek Theatre, West Vancouver, Ben West and Ruben George to speak|