New deadline for Trans Mountain project is May 20, 2016.
Conditions stipulate that various plans be filed, including on air emissions, risks to endangered species and environmental protection.
Dozens say they no longer support biased processes; NEB says processes are fair and guided by legislation.
NDP, Burnaby and Sierra Club have refreshed their resistance to the review process.
Focus on worst-case scenarios loses sight of what’s vastly more likely to happen.
Kinder Morgan wants to triple the capacity of its Trans Mountain pipeline to 890,000 barrels a day.
BC premier calls for Trans Mountain spill response plans be made public.
Tsarlip say expanded Trans Mountain pipeline threatens fishing, hunting, sites.
Report urges BC to reject the Kinder Morgan pipeline.
Trans Mountain pipeline route would involve tunnelling through Burnaby Mountain.
Map database will be used “to inform response in the event of an environmental emergency.”
Employment concentrated in BC; manufacturing jobs for Central Canada.
Report suggests the company’s worst-case spill scenarios are not realistic.
Revisions introduced two years ago restrict participation in review hearings to those with a direct interest and those who have expertise to offer.
Pipeline builder is filing an application to nearly triple the size of its Trans Mountain line.