Rueben George blasts pipeline expansion proposal at Kinder Morgan AGM

Rueben George, Trans Mountain Pipeline, Tsleil-Waututh, Kinder Morgan
Reuben George, Lisa Lindsley and a 700 page Anti Trans Mountain petition outside Kinder Morgan's head office in Houston

Tsleil-Waututh First Nation representative Rueben George marched into the Kinder Morgan headquarters in Houston, Texas, with a strong message from his traditional territory near North Vancouver.

"I am here to let you know that the Tsleil-Waututh will never consent to the Trans Mountain project — because it will destroy our culture, our way of life and our spirituality," George told CEO Rich Kinder and shareholders gathered for Kinder Morgan's annual general meeting on Thursday.

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