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Kinder Morgan company used private investigators to monitor protestors. Here's how it worked.

On a sunny morning in late May, people protesting the Trans Mountain pipeline trickled in one by one to mingle at the Watch House campground. Two men hired by Kinder Morgan to report back on the protestors' activities mixed discreetly with the crowd, their identities unknown to the around them. An exclusive investigation, from National Observer.
Kinder Morgan Canada, pipeline, Trans Mountain expansion, protest, Burnaby

Kinder Morgan opponents suspected Trudeau government rigged its review of pipeline. Federal insiders say they were right

Government insiders say a high-ranking public servant instructed them, at least one month before Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion was approved, “to give cabinet a legally-sound basis to say ‘yes’” to the project. Here are the results of a National Observer investigation that was more than a year in the making.

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