kinder morgan pipeline protest
Supreme Court during a protest of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline by religious leaders in Burnaby, B.C., on April 20, 2018. Steve Heinrichs, Mennonite Church Canada’s Indigenous-Settler Relations coordinator, is pictured while being arrested on criminal and civil charges for contempt of the order and injunction by the B.C. Supporters of the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion hold counter-rally. Anti-pipeline protesters gather at Kinder Morgan facility in Burnaby. who are trying to block expansion plans for Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline. — Protesters around Vancouver held duelling rallies on Saturday, some welcoming Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project with others decrying it. VANCOUVER -- Here are some key dates in the history of the Trans Mountain pipeline and Kinder Morgan Canada's efforts to expand its capacity: October 1953: The Trans Mountain pipeline … BURNABY, B.C. That ruling allowed Kinder Morgan to bypass local bylaws during construction of the pipeline expansion. Kinder Morgan Pipeline Approval Needs Supreme Court Hearing: Groups Make Kinder Morgan Pay For Protest Costs: City Of Burnaby The Traditional Evidence Is Clear: Kinder Morgan Must Go The 430-mile natural gas pipeline is a project of Kinder Morgan. Protesters chanted 'stop the pipeline, save the planet' outside of Railroad Commissioner Christi Craddock's home. Stung by intense local opposition to a proposed natural gas pipeline winding through western and central Massachusetts, a Houston energy company said Friday that it will pursue an alternative route that bypasses many Massachusetts communities by veering north and shooting across southern New Hampshire. Protesters against Kinder Morgan’s pipeline expansion attach themselves to the gate before being arrested in front of Kinder Morgan Canada gates in … Kinder Morgan Inc. said much of the alternative path would follow existing … The RCMP arrested more than a dozen protesters in B.C. The protesters were chanting in opposition to Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Cedar George, another youth leader at the protest, thanked participants for "working toward a sane future," referencing the climate impacts of the pipeline expansion project. About fifty people have been arrested protesting Kinder Morgan's tree clearing through Burnaby Mountain for the company's highly contentious pipeline to the BC coast. On May 29, the federal government came to an agreement with Kinder Morgan to purchase for $4.5 billion. Non-violent direct action was intended to slow construction and clearing that the company seeks to complete before March 26, when migratory birds start flying north for the summer. Kinder Morgan pipeline protest arrests get ugly.