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Despite widespread resistance, NEB recommends Kinder Morgan pipeline for approval

Rueben George about to talk to media about the NEB recommendation.

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The National Energy Board (NEB) has recommended the approval of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, despite widespread opposition amongst affected communities and First Nations.

The report contains 157 conditions, including expanded marine oil spill response, detailed carbon offset plans and holding $1.1 billion in liability insurance.

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Climate activists surround Kinder Morgan facility by land and sea

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On Saturday, over 800 protesters organized by Greenpeace and 350.org surrounded Kinder Morgan facilities in Burnaby, B.C. to stand in solidarity with the international Break Free from Fossil Fuels movement.

"We have to change," protestor Ophelia Klaus told rabble.ca. "We're getting to a point where it's going to be hard to come back to where we were so we need to take action now."

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Disobedience: A film about the struggle to prevent climate catastrophe

May 9, 2016
| A new film by Kelly Nyks, director of Requiem for the American Dream, tells the story of four communities preparing for Break Free from Fossil Fuels actions in May 2016.
Length: 22:36 minutes (20.7 MB)

Hundreds protest outside Kinder Morgan's National Energy Board hearings

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On Saturday, over 200 protestors gathered outside of the Kinder Morgan National Energy Board (NEB) hearings in Burnaby, B.C.

The environmental review hearings for the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline began on January 19, but members of the general public have not been allowed to attend.

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Kinder Morgan NEB hearings continue, without Trudeau's promised overhaul

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Why B.C. government opposes Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline

January 16, 2016
| In a written submission to the National Energy Board on Monday, the B.C. government announced it would not support the proposal based on concerns about oil spill safety requirements.
Length: 12:34 minutes (11.51 MB)
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