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Canada Trans Mountain seeks tougher injunction to stop protests

17:35  01 june  2018
17:35  01 june  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

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Anti-pipeline protesters have made a calculated effort to blockade two Trans Mountain work sites in Burnaby, says a British Columbia Supreme Court judge who scrapped a 10-minute pre-arrest warning and expanded an injunction to include other facilities used by the company.

Lawyers for Trans Mountain will be back in court Friday to ask a British Columbia judge to amend an injunction order limiting people from protesting within five metres of two work sites in Burnaby. B.C. Supreme Court Justice Kenneth Affleck granted the original order in March, when he turned down a

a group of people looking at a phone: A Burnaby RCMP officer reads a court injunction to a group of protesters who have zap-strapped themselves to a gate at Kinder Morgan's Burnaby terminal.© Rafferty Baker/CBC A Burnaby RCMP officer reads a court injunction to a group of protesters who have zap-strapped themselves to a gate at Kinder Morgan's Burnaby terminal.

Lawyers for Trans Mountain will be back in court Friday to ask a British Columbia judge to amend an injunction order limiting people from protesting within five metres of two work sites in Burnaby.

B.C. Supreme Court Justice Kenneth Affleck granted the original order in March, when he turned down a request for a 50-metre exclusion zone at the Burnaby Terminal and the Westridge Marine Terminal.

a group of people holding a sign: A man holds a sign behind RCMP officers watching protesters outside an entrance to Kinder Morgan's property in Burnaby, B.C.© Darryl Dyck/Canadian Press A man holds a sign behind RCMP officers watching protesters outside an entrance to Kinder Morgan's property in Burnaby, B.C.

Trans Mountain says in its notice of civil claim that protesters have changed their tactics to maximize disruption at the construction sites and to avoid arrest for breaching the injunction order.

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Lawyers for Trans Mountain will be back in court Friday to ask a British Columbia judge to amend an injunction order limiting people from protesting “ Trans Mountain had not provided an estimate of the volume spilled, other than to confirm with regulators that it was over the reportable threshold, until

Trans Mountain , a subsidiary of Kinder Morgan, listed 15 people, along with John Doe, Jane Doe, and “unnamed persons” in a notice of claim asking for an injunction for a project that the federal government approved in November 2016. “They are individuals who say pipelines are bad

The notice says shortly before a 10-minute warning of arrest issued to protesters by RCMP expires, all or most of the blockade participants leave, only to be replaced by a second group to which police also read the injunction order, before a third group arrives and repeats the process.

a group of people standing next to an umbrella: Burnaby RCMP officers arrested seven protesters on April 28, 2018 at a Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain work site in Burnaby.© Doug Kerr/CBC Burnaby RCMP officers arrested seven protesters on April 28, 2018 at a Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain work site in Burnaby.

According to pipeline protester David Mivasair, Kinder Morgan's application to amend the original injunction seeks to allow police to arrest protesters without a 10-minute wait.

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