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Facts about the Kinder Morgan Pipeline

The approval of Kinder Morgan’s Trans mountain pipeline means thousands of residents across BC and Alberta face increased risks of oil spills, land expropriation, restricted property use, and more.

Kinder Morgan is building a new bitumen-based, crude oil pipeline from Edmonton to Burnaby – moving almost 1 million barrels per day of bitumen through our communities.
These raw exports do nothing to support BC’s energy needs and will increase the number of oil tankers coming into the Burrard Inlet from eight to 34 per month.
40,000 barrels have leaked from the current Kinder Morgan pipeline, including two major spills in Burnaby.
The new pipeline will pass through densely-populated residential neighbourhoods and the traditional territories of dozens of First Nations.

About Kennedy

  • Member of Parliament since 2011.
  • Leading the charge against Kinder Morgan in Ottawa.
  • Helped hundreds of local residents make their voices heard in the National Energy Board review process.
  • PhD from London School of Economics and Political Science.
  • Associate Professor at Simon Fraser University (currently on-leave).
  • Made over 60 speeches in the House of Commons against Kinder Morgan.

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