By Mike Youds, Kamloops Daily News, April 17, 2012
Three area First Nations are telling Kinder Morgan they will not deal with the energy company even as it plans to consult with them over a proposed $5-billion twinning of Trans Mountain pipeline.
Kinder Morgan’s planned expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline
Whispering Pines, Coldwater and Lower Nicola Indian bands issued a joint statement Tuesday, expressing frustration over past dealings with the company. They said Kinder Morgan Canada does not have a permit to operate the oil pipeline on their reserves and expressed frustration over failed efforts to meet with company president Ian Anderson. Read more of this post