7 arrested as faith leaders protest Kinder Morgan pipeline in Burnaby "We have a spiritual obligation to care for the land and uphold the truth and reconciliation calls to action." 28 April, 2018, Unceded Coast Salish Territories (Burnaby, BC) — Religious leaders and more than 100 members of diverse faith communities joined the protest against the expansion of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline in Burnaby on Saturday, joining more than 200 people who have been arrested blocking Kinder Morgan's Burnaby tank farm gates since March 10th.

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  "But if we could end Apartheid and we saved Clayoquot Sound, We can stop the Kinder Morgan pipeline."

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    April 26, 2018, Unceded Coast Salish Territories/ Vancouver BC. — Indigenous leaders, conservation organizations, and community groups are calling for an all-party investigation into the federal approval for Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline and tanker expansion project after revelations this week that insiders rigged the federal approval process. Whistleblowers in the federal government revealed that they were pressured “to give cabinet a legally-sound basis to say ‘yes’” to the pipeline and tanker proposal,” one month before the pipeline was actually approved.

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  MP Nathan Cullen in the House of Commons April 25, 2018: "The Liberal’s Kinder Morgan approval process is looking more rigged than a Russian election. The Prime Minster promised the people of Alberta a credible process—he broke that promise. He promised British Columbia meaningful consultation with First Nations—he broke that promise too. Now with leaked papers from the Prime Minster’s own administration we have proof that the decision on Kinder Morgan was made before the process even started. Today in Parliament I asked Justin Trudeau to release the Kinder Morgan papers and the rebuild the trust of Canadians. He chose not to answer the question."

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From TRT World, "The Newsmakers": Justin Trudeau, a leader praised for his green credentials, is backing a multi-billion dollar pipeline in Canada. Despite criticism, he's vowed the pipeline will go ahead. So is the charismatic Canadian allowing economic interests to trump environmental concerns? Guests: Chief Bob Chamberlin, Vice President of the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs Chris Alexander, Canada's former Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Keith Stewart, Senior Energy Strategist for Greenpeace Canada  

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  An Anglican priest was just arrested on Burnaby Mountain challenging Kinder Morgan's pipeline. Her words gave us chills.

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      Indigenous leaders, Member(s) of Parliament, and Mayors on opposition to Kinder Morgan in light of Prime Minister Trudeau, Premier Notley and Premier Horgan’s Sunday meeting in Ottawa. Monday April 16, starting at noon, live from SFU Harbour Centre.

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  Indigenous leaders remind company, governments that the tar sands project still does not have their consent.

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Secwepemc Declaration on Protecting Our Land & Water Against the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline By The Indigenous Network on Economies and Trade (INET)April 13, 2018 (Secwepemc Territory, Kamloops) The Indigenous Network on Economies and Trade (INET) pioneered an Indigenous risk assessment of Kinder Morgan Canada’s Trans Mountain Expansion Project (TMEP), demonstrating that failure to take into account Indigenous jurisdiction, title and land rights constitutes too great a risk for large projects seeking access to Indigenous lands and resources.

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