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BROKE town hall on March 4

A town hall meeting on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion plan will be held Tuesday, March 4, 7 p.m. at Cameron elementary,  9540 Erickson Drive, Burnaby.

The event is hosted by Burnaby Residents Opposing the Kinder Morgan Pipeline Expansion (BROKE) and ForestEthics Advocacy.

Learn more about the proposal from Mayor Derek Corrigan, Dipak Dattani from the City of Burnaby's Engineering Department, Patrick Parkes of the Burnaby Teachers' Association, Ben West of ForestEthics Advocacy and Helesia Luke from MP Kennedy Stewart's office.

Discuss the issue with your neighbours and hear what is planned April 12 for the People's Procession & Rally Against the Pipelines.

Kinder Morgan plans to almost triple capacity of the pipeline between Edmonton and Burnaby to increase exports of oil sands crude, known as bitumen, out of its Westridge terminal on Burrard Inlet to overseas markets.


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