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Maps The following are a few maps showing the route and potential impact of the pipeline. (click the image to view full size) The Transmountain Pipeline through Burnaby and area   Kinder Morgan Pipelines & Terminals   The potential impacts from an oil spill   The Transmountain pipeline through BC showing the provincial political ridings   The Transmountain pipeline through BC showing the federal political ridings
Does British Columbia rely on the jobs created through the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline... « BACK TO FAQ   British Columbia does not rely on the jobs created through the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline.   Permanent jobs created Kinder Morgan promises that the pipeline would create 50 permanent jobs in British Columbia, and 40 in Alberta.   Temporary jobs created Kinder Morgan has been unclear about how many temporary jobs would be created for construction, which would take place between 2017 and 2019. According to CRED, Kinder Morgan h...
What would the economic cost of an oil spill be? « BACK TO FAQ A 2012 study on the potential economic impact of a tanker spill on ocean-based industries in British Columbia, conducted by the Fisheries Centre of the University of British Columbia estimates that a medium-sized spill on British Columbia’s north coast would cost the regional economy up to $189 million and require $2.4 billion for cleanup costs. A large-sized spill would cost the regional economy up to $308 million and require $9.4 billion for cleanup. According to the Gove...

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