Kinder Morgan gets rough ride in B.C.
Simpcw First Nation asks for six months to assess impact; Burnaby City Council members question plan to add storage tank
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The Canadian units of Kinder Morgan are taking a buffeting from affected aboriginals and residents as they seek regulatory approval for plans to expand their crude oil pipeline system from Alberta to the British Columbia coast and U.S. Pacific Northwest.
The Simpcw First Nation of central British Co....
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Simpcw First Nation wants six months to assess
City Council questions crude storage tank
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