Date: 2016/10/03 -- Category/Categories: Articles by Elizabeth, Island Tides, Kinder Morgan

The following is an excerpt from my submission to the Supplemental panel on Kinder Morgan: The KM project has not been reviewed by any regulatory body or agency to assess if it is in Canada’s economic interest. There is no information from any credible source to claim the project is in our economic interest. In ...

Date: 2016/09/29 -- Category/Categories: Kinder Morgan

(OTTAWA) September 29, 2016 - Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada (MP, Saanich-Gulf Islands), filed a submission today to the ministerial panel appointed to conduct further consultation on Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline project: “As an intervenor in the NEB hearings on the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain expansion project, I was the only ...

Date: 2016/06/20 -- Category/Categories: Kinder Morgan, Press Releases

(OTTAWA) June 20, 2016 – Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada (MP, Saanich-Gulf Islands), released the following statement regarding the federal government’s announcement today to consult stakeholders before making changes to the Environmental Assessment (EA) process:  “When it comes to environmental assessment, Canadians are still living under Stephen Harper’s broken rules. The ...

Date: 2016/06/07 -- Category/Categories: Kinder Morgan, Press Conferences

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Date: 2016/06/07 -- Category/Categories: Kinder Morgan, Statements

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Date: 2016/01/24 -- Category/Categories: Kinder Morgan, Press Releases

BURNABY, BC — In the final argument phase of the National Energy Board hearing in the application from Trans Mountain to expand the Kinder Morgan pipeline from Alberta to the lower mainland of British Columbia, Elizabeth May, MP for Saanich-Gulf Islands and Leader of the Green Party of Canada catalogued the many failures of the ...

Date: 2016/01/20 -- Category/Categories: Kinder Morgan

Elizabeth May will testify as an intervenor at the hearings on the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline in Burnaby, BC on Thursday, January 21 at 9:30 AM PST. The NEB will be live streaming audio of each hearing day and, for the first time, they will also be broadcasting video of each day live on their ...

Date: 2015/11/23 -- Category/Categories: In the News, Kinder Morgan

By Fram Dimshaw November 19, 2015 Publication source: National Observer Green Party leader Elizabeth May denounced National Energy Board (NEB) reviews of both the Energy East and Trans Mountain Pipeline proposals as frauds – and warned that Justin Trudeau faces a legal mess. If approved, the Energy East pipeline will transport 1.1 million barrels of ...

Date: 2015/05/27 -- Category/Categories: Kinder Morgan, Press Releases, Publications

OTTAWA – Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada and MP (Saanich – Gulf Islands), filed written evidence to the National Energy Board (NEB) today detailing her opposition to the Trans Mountain Expansion project. “While I wholeheartedly agree with the many interveners and critics who have criticized the NEB review of this project ...

Date: 2014/11/14 -- Category/Categories: Blogs, Kinder Morgan

As the debate rages south of the border about the Keystone pipeline, there are some key facts to bear in mind. Every pipeline currently being promoted – whether Alberta to the Pacific (Enbridge and Kinder-Morgan) or Alberta to the Atlantic (Energy East) or Alberta to the Gulf of Mexico (Keystone) – are all about one ...

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