A Liberal MP is in an uncomfortable position regarding the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion’s approval, and today has opened his office doors to face public concerns.
Terry Beech was elected in the riding of Burnaby North-Seymour, where the project is slated to run through.
Not far from Burnaby Mountain is Beech’s office, where he’s hosting an open house for constituents until 5 p.m. Saturday to discuss the concerns from residents on the Trans Mountain expansion.
Beech had told voters during the election campaign that Justin Trudeau would change the process for reviewing pipeline applications.
Since the Prime Minister approved the pipeline Tuesday, Beech has only tweeted that he received full details of the announcement and would be flying in from Ottawa to discuss the decision.
CKNW has reached out to Beech to request comment.
I have just received the full details of the Trans Mountain Expansion announcement and I am currently going through the materials. (1/3)— Terry Beech 黃志峰 (@terrybeech) November 29, 2016
I will be flying from Ottawa this weekend to open my constituency office for an open house, 9 to 5 on Sat, to discuss the decision. (2/3)— Terry Beech 黃志峰 (@terrybeech) November 29, 2016
If constituents would prefer to book a one-on-one meeting, they can contact the constituency office at firstname.lastname@example.org (3/3)— Terry Beech 黃志峰 (@terrybeech) November 29, 2016