The Federal courthouse in Vancouver was a busy place this Monday, as judicial challenges of 15 cases against Kinder Morgan were starting to be heard. Four of the cases – those from the Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh, Coldwater, and Stk’emlupsemc Te Secwepemc – are part of the Pull Together campaign.
The media was out in force – as they should be when a story of this magnitude. Here is a round up of some of the coverage.
National / International Media
- Globe and Mail: Ottawa never “did the work” to hear out Indigenous concerns over Trans Mountain Pipeline: lawyer
- Toronto Star: First Nations confident courts will stop Kinder Morgan pipeline
- Globe and Mail: NDP to Defend Kinder Morgan Pipeline Approval in BC Supreme Court
- Reuters: Lawsuit Against Kinder Morgan Pipeline Expansion Starts in Canada
- CBC News: First Nations Begin Court Challenge Against Trans Mountain Pipeline
- National Post: Feds ‘never did the work’ to understand Indigenous concerns on pipeline: Lawyer
- National Observer: Trudeau government built pipeline website during ‘consultation’ with First Nations, court told
- National Observer: Lawyer Explains BC’s Strategy to Quash Kinder Morgan Pipeline Approval
Business / Financial Media
- Business in Vancouver: A Kinder Morgan Oil Pipeline to Nowhere?
- Globe and Mail: Kinder Morgan Pipeline Expansion Review Starts in Vancouver
- BNN: Trans Mountain Review Begins in Vancouver
- North Shore News: Consultation on Pipeline Lacking: Tsleil-Waututh
- Burnaby Now: Lawsuit Against Kinder Morgan Underway
- Chemainus Valley Courier: First Nations Challenges Begin
We were proud to see our Pull Together signs reach a national audience with this powerful photo below.