Burnaby’s mayor has made his case against the Trans Mountain pipeline once again, this time to a new federal review panel.
In fact, he’s calling for a new start to the entire process.
Derek Corrigan told members concerns about tankers and the cozy relationship between Kinder Morgan and the National Energy Board have tainted the entire project.
“Most of us have lost faith in the National Energy Board and we expect the Prime Minister to follow through on his promise that he was going to go back to square one.”
In May, the NEB approved the project with 157 conditions.
The panel will report to Ottawa this fall with a cabinet decision due by years end.
Corrigan says jobs in the oil sands alone aren't valuable enough to be considered 'the public interest' pic.twitter.com/UFadYSOkoA— Simon Little (@simonplittle) August 9, 2016