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An Indigenous sisterhood empowers solar panel solutions

This is not a protest story. There’s a reason why women who sleep on fish farms in the Broughton Archipelago prefer to be called observers, not occupiers. And there's a reason why the women leading the tiny house movement in the path of the $7.4-billion Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline prefer to be called pro-life rather than anti-anything else.
Brad Wall, climate change

Kinder Morgan says it's losing patience with Burnaby

Two unlikely allies in the Canadian federation say they want more time to review an urgent push by Kinder Morgan to get around the rules for construction permits needed for its west coast pipeline expansion project. Meantime, the Texas-based pipeline operator at the heart of the controversy says it's losing patience because of the persistent delays.

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