Indigenous leaders are promising to continue the fight against Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion despite the prime minister's insistence that it will be built. "The prime minister is saying they are in negotiations with Kinder Morgan to ensure an end to uncertainty. declined to sign a deal to allow Kinder Morgan to expand the existing pipeline on its territory, Chief Lee Spahan told APTN in an interview. Trudeau said the federal government is in talks with Kinder Morgan to reassure its investors. The company suspended "non-essential" work and spending on the pipeline last week, citing uncertainty about the project's future.
Source: Huffington Post April 16, 2018 00:00 UTC