Jukasa News Update Monday, April 9, 2018
Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is in doubt after the company announced Sunday it was suspending all non essential activities related to the project.
The company said its decision was based on the British Columbia government’s opposition to the project.
Protesters have been actively opposing the expansion project in Burnaby for the last month.
Kinder Morgan said it would consult with “various stakeholders” to try to reach an agreement by May 31 that might allow the project to proceed.
Social media users are reaching out to the town of Humboldt, sharing photos of hockey sticks left on front porches to pay tribute the 15 lives lost after a bus carrying the Broncos junior hockey team collided with a semi truck.
Fourteen more people were injured in Friday’s crash _ some critically.
The tragedy has captured the world’s attention, and more than $4 million has been raised for the victims and their families.
Some of those who have told their harrowing stories at the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls have since redoubled that courage by taking their complaints to police, getting treatment, or reuniting with family
Head of the inquiry, Marion Buller, says the inquiry’s value in that respect is too great to be calculated.
Nearly 100 people had registered to testify at the final set of public hearings being held in Metro Vancouver this week and as many as 300 statements were expected to be gathered, organizers said.
Brant County OPP are investigating after a Royal Bank in Scotland was robbed.
Two men in disguise entered the Oakland Road branch at around 3:45 Friday afternoon, armed with guns and stole an undetermined amount of cash.
The men fled the scene heading west towards Highway 24 in a dark colored vehicle.
Anyone with information about the robbery is asked to contact police.