WITH PIPELINE PURCHASE, CANADA SELLS OUT INDIGENOUS RIGHTS AND THE ENVIRONMENT (Coast Salish Territory/Vancouver, B.C. – May 29, 2018) Indigenous leaders are standing firm in their opposition to the Trans Mountain pipeline and tanker project after federal finance minister Bill Morneau announced this morning that Canada has reached an agreement in principle with Kinder Morgan to purchase the troubled project for $4.5 billion, plus unspecified construction costs. 

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  28 May 2018 (MONTRÉAL) — More than 1,000 people, including First Nations leaders, local artists and thought leaders, gathered at the Quartier des spectacles in downtown Montreal Sunday to reiterate their opposition to Kinder Morgan’s new Trans Mountain pipeline and tanker project.  

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  “Justin Trudeau has lost my vote and my trust.” 25 May 2018, Unceded Coast Salish Territories (Burnaby, BC) — With only days remaining before Kinder Morgan’s self-imposed deadline for “political certainty” for its toxic diluted bitumen pipeline and tanker project expires, young federal Liberal voters were on Burnaby Mountain today to block the gates of Kinder Morgan’s tank farm.

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“No indemnity will insulate Kinder Morgan against First Nations opposition” May 16, 2018, (Unceded Coast Salish Territories/Vancouver BC) The disconnect between the reality of Indigenous title and rights and the federal government’s approach to Kinder Morgan was on display again during Finance Minister Bill Morneau's press conference, says Chief Judy Wilson, who traveled to Kinder Morgan’s Houston Texas annual general shareholder meeting last week.

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  Chief Judy Wilson's resolution at Kinder Morgan's annual shareholder meeting in Houston, Texas receives unprecedented support from investors Major funds backing the resolution include Norway's Sovereign Wealth Fund, California Public Employees' Retirement System and shareholder proxy advisor firm ISS Kinder Morgan opposed the resolution, advising shareholders to reject the proposal

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