At the end of the panel’s public meetings, over 91% of all speakers were opposed to Kinder Morgan overwhelmingly opposed!
Route of pipeline
This summer, a federal government panel toured BC gathering public input about the Kinder Morgan pipeline. The panel held public meetings in the middle of summer, during business hours, when many people were away on holiday or busy at work.
Have your say on Kinder Morgan TMX with 1 to 7 different options to get your message to the Kinder Morgan panel, Fed. & Prov. governments!!!! DO ALL 7 AND TELL YOUR FRIENDS! By 9/30/2016
NUMBER #2: Email to Ministerial Panel- DUE TODAY
NUMBER #3: Federal Government website- DUE TODAY
Go directly to Federal Government link to put your comments in writing by filling in the Natural Resources public questionnaire available until Sept 30, 2016 – http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/questionnaire/18721link to put your comments in writing by filling in the Natural Resources public questionnaire available until Sept 30, 2016.
Number #4: Georgia Strait Alliance Website DUE TODAY
Send a message to the Kinder Morgan Panel by Georgia Strait Alliance!!!
Use the form on our website to send a message to the three members of the Trans Mountain Ministerial Panel: Kim Baird, Tony Penikett and Annette Trimbee. Your comments can be short and from the heart, long and technical, or anywhere in between. Check out this fact sheet if you’re looking for a place to start.
Together we can show the government that Kinder Morgan has no social license in BC!
NUMBER #5: City of Vancouver
Add your voice to the City of VANCOUVER!!!! Its not worth the risk!!!!
NUMBER #6: Write to elected officials
Write to the Prime Minister, MP, Premier and MLA directly!
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau : firstname.lastname@example.org
Find your Member of Parliament
Premier Christy Clark : email@example.com
Find your Member of Legislator Assembly
NUMBER #7: Write to your local Newspapers
Please note that you must provide your full name and address and a daytime phone number for all submissions. Observe the maximum word count if you’d like to get published—if your letter is great but too long, the editors will edit as they see fit only if they have time. Need a little inspiration? Check out our letter template and a sample letter for Letters to the Editor
- Vancouver Sun (Less than 200 words): firstname.lastname@example.org
The Province (Less than 100 words): email@example.com
Globe and Mail (Less than 150 words): firstname.lastname@example.org
Georgia Straight (Less than 250 words): e-mail email@example.com (put “Letters” in the subject line)
The Vancouver Observer firstname.lastname@example.org
- North Shore News (Less than 400 words): http://www.nsnews.com/opinion/send-us-a-letter
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