Kinder Morgan gets no breaks
Tripling Trans Mountain capacity faces same First Nations, enviros, local government resistance as Keystone XL, Northern Gateway
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Trans Mountain has discovered that 61 years of careful stewardship and building bridges to First Nations will carry little weight as it enters the regulatory review process for its planned C$5.4 billion Trans Mountain expansion from the Alberta oil sands to the British Columbia and Washington state....
First Nations say view has changed
Company has said it will address concerns
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