More arrests at Kinder Morgan construction site as protests resume “Let’s not forget in all the provincial and federal squabbling that the company still doesn’t have Indigenous consent and never will.”   12 April 2018, Unceded Coast Salish Territories (Burnaby, BC) — Today, a group of artists blockaded the gates of Kinder Morgan’s Burnaby Mountain tank farm as part of ongoing Indigenous-led resistance to the tar sands project. Indigenous leaders have vowed that the pipeline will never be built.

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    Dear Coast Protectors, I’m writing you from Edmonton, the other end of the Trans Mountain pipeline. Like most Albertans, I’ve followed your mobilization in opposition to the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion (TMX) with great interest. Unlike many Albertans, I am opposed to the building of more pipelines to transport increasing amounts of our oil to various markets.

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Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says the province will buy the Trans Mountain oil pipeline project if that’s what it takes to get it built.

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  “Kinder Morgan is up against a disciplined, strategic mindset I don’t think they properly appreciate,” Gallagher said. “They’re in over their heads in Houston.”

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Grand Chief Stewart Phillip blockaded Kinder Morgan's tank farm Saturday April 9. The company chose not to call the police. On Sunday, executives in Houston announced they were halting spending on Kinder Morgan Canada's pipeline and tanker project. 

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