Kanahus Manuel provides this video related to the Kinder Morgan pipeline spill at the Deerfield Station north of Kamloops, British Columbia on May 27, 2018. She asks to be admitted to the site to monitor the spill, and blocks a truck from bringing in soil evidently intended to cover up the spill.
Crews cleaning up oil spill at Kinder Morgan station north of Kamloops, B.C.
Spill comes days before deadline set by Kinder Morgan for controversial Trans Mountain pipeline project. The Canadian Press · Posted: May 27, 2018 4:02 PM PT
“The spill comes days before a deadline set by Kinder Morgan for its controversial Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.
The company suspended all non-essential construction on the project in April, citing opposition from the B.C. government that put the viability of the pipeline in question.
It has set a May 31 deadline for getting assurances it can proceed without delays on the controversial project.“
B.C. Trans Mountain opposition remains steadfast as Kinder Morgan suspends ‘non-essential’ pipeline work. Indigenous leaders, environmentalists say the company finally appreciates intensity of opposition. CBC News · Posted: Apr 08, 2018 8:57 PM PT
“B.C. politicians, Indigenous leaders and environmentalists say the future of Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline is in doubt.
On Sunday the company announced it would suspend all “non-essential activities” and related spending for the Trans Mountain pipeline project, citing ongoing opposition from the British Columbia government.
“I’m greatly encouraged by this news,” said Grand Chief Stewart Phillip with the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs.”