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B.C. election: Christy Clark's position on pipelines is as clear as tar

"We do not believe any proposal should transform Vancouver into a major port for oil export." With these words, B.C. NDP leader Adrian Dix marked Earth Day on Monday by explaining his party's opposition to Kinder Morgan's pipeline expansion plans.

 This announcement was welcome news -- a nice Earth Day Kinder (Morgan) surprise. Unfortunately, the B.C. Liberals and Christy Clark have yet to make their position on Kinder Morgan and the Enbridge Northern Gateway proposal clear at all.

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Why Kinder Morgan's B.C. pipeline plans will fail

A Vancouver protest earlier this year against the Kinder Morgan pipeline. (Photo: http://wildernesscommittee.org)

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Kinder Morgan Canada President Ian Anderson's editorial, "Pipeline hinges on relationships", in the Vancouver Sun was a thing of beauty.

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Retired sea captain: Don't be fooled by Harper's pipeline plans

Captain Edward A. Wray.

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I write this article from the perspective of an old-timer who has a few tidbits of wisdom from my time on this planet. These thoughts are to do with the feds and Enbridge's so-called plan to run supertankers through the narrow passages out of Kitimat.

One word sums this up: poppycock!

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