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Big risks inherent in pipeline expansion

Re: Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion

Given the risks to B.C. and the planet from developing the tar sands and moving diluted bitumen, and given that any review of the Kinder Morgan proposal would identify such risks, opposition to the proposal, early on, seems reasonable.

Besides, the choice is not between fossil fuels and nothing.

Elizabeth Kaller

Saanich

 

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