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Would the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline risk British Columbia drinking water? Yes, the proposed pipeline would endanger some of our local sources of drinking water, and threaten Burrard Inlet and the Fraser River in various locations. In some communities, the pipeline would threaten the only water source they have available. The Abbotsford-Sumas aquifer is a drinking water source ...
Will landowners along the pipeline route be affected? The Trans Mountain Pipeline project has the potential to affect thousands of landowners along the proposed route. The proposed route would run from the tar sands in northern Alberta through Jasper National Park. From there it would enter the Lower Mainland of British Columbia ...
Is there a market for the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline’s products? There is no market for the products proposed to be shipped on it. We do not need to expand current pipeline infrastructure to meet the demand for Canadian diluted bitumen (dilbit). Neither the NEB nor Kinder Morgan tested market facts to determine whether markets exist, or whether there is potential to develop them.

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