A group of Indigenous leaders are taking their Trans Mountain Pipeline stance directly to Kinder Morgan.
Kinder Morgan will hold their Annual General Meeting for investors and executives on Wednesday, and the Indigenous community will be well represented.
Chief Judy Wilson, the Secretary Treasurer of the BC Union of Indian Chiefs, and Reuban George of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation Sacred Trust Initiative will be both be in attendance for the meetings in Houston.
The pair plan to make a presentation on the risks of moving forward with the project without the consent of the impacted Indigenous communities.
They claim that stockholders have not been properly educated on the Indigenous Rights recognized by Canada’s Constitution.
There are more than 25 thousand committed to fight the project, and according to Chief Wilson, they will not give in until the project is abandoned.