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    Kinder Morgan to proceed with $ 5-billion Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to Burnaby

    • Dena Rosko

      Kinder Morgan approves $5-billion Trans Mountain pipeline expansion   Oil pipeline expansion to be 40 per cent larger than anticipated on strong demand

    • Kootenay Redneck

      Vancouver park board votes to formally oppose Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion City council expected to vote the same way today

    • Vancouver Sun

      Kinder Morgan to proceed with $ 5-billion Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to Burnaby

    • Kootenay Redneck

      First Nations band together to oppose pipeline expansion

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