Burnaby fights back over Trans Mountain pipeline | The Weekly with Wendy Mesley

With the Trans Mountain deadline looming, Burnaby residents fight to stop the pipeline extension in its tracks. Supporters of the pipeline say it’s vital to the future of Canada’s energy sector, potentially pumping $7 billion into the economy. But Burnaby’s mayor says it could lead to environmental disaster, and his city is taking on most of the risk.

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