The National Energy Board says it will hear oral summary arguments from intervenors next week in the Trans Mountain pipeline hearing process.
Those arguments begin next Tuesday at 9 a.m. at the Delta Burnaby Hotel and Conference Centre on Dominion Street.
Earlier this week, the B.C. government formally rejected the $6.8-billion project, saying the company, Kinder Morgan, had not lived up to any of the five conditions it requires to approve any pipeline, such as world-class oil spill response.
The company wants to twin the existing, 1,150-kilometre pipeline from the Alberta oil sands to Burnaby.