“In our opposition to Kinder Morgan, we are many people paddling in the same direction.”
Disregarding an injunction won by the pipeline company a day before the planned protest, thousands of people marched in Burnaby, British Columbia on Saturday to protest the expansion of a Kinder Morgan tar sands pipeline and export terminal that First Nations and climate justice campaigners say would threaten local waterways, erode Indigenous rights, and increase planet-warming carbon emissions.
10,000 walk behind Grand Chief Stewart Phillip and leaders from across Turtle Island to #protecttheinlet and #stopKM. Go home to Texas, #KinderMorgan. We don’t want you here. #cdnpoli #waterislife #blackfish #indigneous #PrayersUp pic.twitter.com/xVlJPmOCbB
— Coast Protectors (@CoastProtectors) March 10, 2018