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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 You Can Do Want to help the Tsleil Waututh people stop the Kinder Morgan pipeline? Donate to our Legal Defence Fund: The Tsleil-Waututh nation is taking Kinder Morgan to the courts, and we need your help. We do not consent to the Kinder Morgan pipeline. We have set up a donation page for our legal fees with RAVEN (Respecting Aboriginal Values and Environmental Needs). Please help the Tsleil-Waututh people stop Kinder Morgan and donate to our legal defence fund here. Contact Your MLA The best w...
How would fish, birds, and other wildlife be affected by the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeli... « BACK TO FAQ Fish, birds, and other wildlife are in the immediate path of harm in the event of any oil spill, major or minor. Here's how: Any marine birds near an oil spill risk oiling and probable death. A major spill could result in one of the top bird mortality events ever caused by oil because of the exceptional abundance and diversity of birds in Burrard Inlet and in the Fraser Delta: such a spill would kill up to 500,000 birds (Trans Mountain Assessment Report, p. 35, 70) Man...
Would tanker traffic increase if the proposed pipeline was built? « BACK TO FAQ   Yes, the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker project could result in a massive increase in tanker traffic in the Burrard Inlet. Now, approximately 30 to 70 tankers move through the Inlet per year. The project would see this number increased to over 400 large crude oil tankers per year (Assessment Report, p. 44). The increase in tanker traffic increases the risk of spills in the vulnerable Burrard Inlet environment. Crude oil spills in marine areas are especially...

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