The City is an intervenor in the National Energy Board (NEB) hearing process assessing Kinder Morgan Canada's Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC proposal to significantly expand their pipeline's capacity.
We aim to represent those who live, work, and play in Vancouver by helping the NEB evaluate the project's effects and risks, and the likelihood of oil spills.
Over the last three years, we worked with experts and local partners to submit evidence to the NEB on May 27, 2015. Our legal team presented this evidence to the NEB at the oral summary hearings on February 5, 2016.
We filed an application with the Federal Court of Appeal for a judicial review of the National Energy Board's decision to conditionally recommend Kinder Morgan's pipeline expansion project, citing that it is both invalid and unlawful.
Discover the potential effects, risks, and public’s opinion on Kinder Morgan’s proposed pipeline expansion.
See the National Energy Board's application and hearing process for the proposed pipeline expansion.
Learn how the City and Park Board got involved with the Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC expansion hearings.