Wednesday evening, Kinder Morgan's community-feedback campaign took place at the Cedar Hill Recreation Centre.
Too many people (about 300) showed up for too little space with a plethora of information booklets, feedback surveys, information posters and about 10 Kinder Morgan PR employees to answer questions from the crowd.
But after the initial pleasantries and a greeting dance from First Nations singers, drummer and dancers, the bevy of Kinder Morgan spokespeople left - an hour-and-a-half earlier than scheduled.
They left many of us thinking: Is this the extent to which this corporation is willing to answer Vancouver Islanders' questions about the future expansion of the Transmountain Pipeline (from Edmonton to Burnaby) and the greater number of tankers in the straits?
Does this reveal the amount of disrespect this company has for the citizens of B.C.?
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