Protestors at Trans Mountain terminal risk arrest after challenging Kinder Morgan’s injunction

Close to 100 people risked arrest as they gathered in front of Kinder Morgan’s Westridge Dock in Burnaby, B.C.

Alongside them was a heavy police presence.

But the people who were there say they will continue to fight the Trans Mountain pipeline extension – no matter who owns it.

Video Journalist / Vancouver

A proud Métis from BC, Tina began her television career in 1997 as a videographer. She has also produced documentaries and feature films that have won numerous awards at various film festivals.


4 thoughts on “Protestors at Trans Mountain terminal risk arrest after challenging Kinder Morgan’s injunction

  1. I don’t recognize this country any more. KM has invaded our environment with the full support of Justin Trudeau, now they’re holding us hostage with big fines if we protect our land & water. Its time to mobilize like never before and educate the public of the social injustice, environmental risks and the violation to promises of reconciliation.

  2. I don’t recognize this country any more. KM has invaded our environment with the full support of Justin Trudeau, now they’re holding us hostage with big fines if we protect our land & water. Its time to mobilize like never before and educate the public of the social injustice, environmental risks and the violation to promises of reconciliation.

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