Engaging town hall callers along the KM pipeline corridor

KM prez fielding calls from residents of Chilliwack, Abbotsford and Langley on Thursday night, say officials.

It’s like a virtual town hall meeting.

Chilliwack residents are invited to take part in a one-to-one conversation with Kinder Morgan president Ian Anderson and to ask any burning questions they may have about the pipeline expansion.

Anderson will be fielding calls from residents of Chilliwack, Abbotsford and Langley on Thursday, at 7:45 p.m. according officials.

Those three cities are “the pipeline communities” along the proposed expansion route of the Trans Mountain Pipeline.

“The town halls provide an opportunity for the public to have one-on-one conversations with Mr. Anderson and hear questions from other community residents.”

A moderator will decide who actually gets to ask a question.

Follow @TransMtn for live updates tomorrow.

It’s part of the company’s “comprehensive stakeholder engagement program”  with 88 open houses or workshops held to date along the pipeline and marine corridors and more than 956 meetings between project team members and stakeholder groups. See more at www.transmountain.com.

The full audio records should be available after the sessions.



Just Posted

Chilliwack RCMP seek ID of man caught by bait car camera

Police say man is wanted for identity theft connected to incident downtown on Feb. 5

Chilliwack court to decide on allowing assistance dog to sit with sex assault witness

Yellow lab Caber helps calm people in crisis, in police interviews and in courthouse appearances

Chilliwack Special Olympics launches into spring season

Bocce ball, soccer, softball and golf highlight the offerings for 87-plus local athletes.

Rupert the Bunny sidelined due to deadly virus outbreak

Chilliwack’s famous therapy rabbit quarantined for his own safety, people not at risk

Auditors couldn’t tell if Fraser Health executives bought booze on taxpayers’ dime

Review from 2014 says one administrator bought Bose headphones on company credit card

Local rock hound carves a 9-tonne granite grizzly bear

Chilliwack’s Paul McCarl’s about to complete a carving project 14 years in the making

Lower Mainland rabbits confirmed killed by highly-infectious virus

Feral colony on Annacis Island in Delta died from hemorrhagic disease. Pet rabbits could be at risk

B.C. Scientists witness first-ever documented killer whale infanticide

“It’s horrifying and fascinating at the same time.”

Okanagan Falls winery showing international photo project

Liquidity Wines will be sole Canadian show of National Geographic’s Photo Ark

Lawyer for one suspect in beating of man with autism says he’s not guilty

Ronjot Singh Dhami will turn himself in, lawyer said

Liberals awarded $100,000 contract to man at centre of Facebook data controversy

Christopher Wylie says his voter-profiling company collected private information from 50 million Facebook users

Facebook’s Zuckerberg admits mistakes in privacy scandal

Zuckerberg admits to privacy scandal involving a Trump-connected data-mining firm, but no apology

Online threat to U.S. high school traced to Canadian teen

A 14-year-old girl has been charged in connection with an online threat against a high school

Vaping device overheats, burns down home on Vancouver Island

Nanaimo Fire Rescue says units could cause fires in other homes and even aircraft

Most Read