The Westridge Marine Terminal is built and commissioned in Burnaby, B.C.
"The government was really shamed today, the project is the wrong project, the process was flawed, this is a government that talks about reconciliation, but clearly doesn't know what it means", says Wilhelmson.
Gratton said continued setbacks on the consultation file, including the ruling on Trans Mountain, is a real challenge for country.
Corrigan pointed to the NEB's decision to "artificially cut off consideration at the inlet" as the critical factor in the decision.
"It was totally predictable to me...the feds only sent out note takers, and didn't take any steps to accommodate the concerns the natives raised", said Gallagher. Hundreds - including two federal MPs - have been arrested for blocking the entrance of a facility belonging to Trans Mountain. Most of the charges are later dropped.
He said he expects the Kinder Morgan sale to be finalized on Friday and called it a good financial decision.
Just three days ago, the Trans Mountain Twitter account posted pictures of workers beginning construction of the pipeline expansion. "I think people were cautiously optimistic when the federal government made the decision to purchase the project, they were cautiously optimistic that it was going to happen and I think the industry started to say 'Okay, maybe this is the last hurdle and we can get back to the way things have been with respect to productivity.' But obviously we're going to have to wait a little bit longer to see the results of this project, assuming the federal government can make this thing happen".
Chief Allan Adam of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation said he is also still interested in an ownership stake of the pipeline, but said he felt many Indigenous groups had not been adequately consulted. "The court decision actually said the process we put in place was a distinct improvement".
May 25, 2017: Kinder Morgan makes its final investment decision to proceed with the development, now estimated to cost $7.4 billion, subject to the successful public offering of Kinder Morgan Canada. The parties agree to "immediately employ every tool available" to stop the project.
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The Squamish Nation cheered the ruling as a recognition of Indigenous rights.
December 7, 2017: NEB allows Kinder Morgan Canada to bypass Burnaby bylaws.
January 18, 2018: NEB establishes a process to resolve permitting issues between Kinder Morgan Canada and provincial and municipal authorities.
"Jean Charest suggested on BNN that the feds could use "special legislation" to essentially avoid the FCA's Trans Mountain ruling".
The company temporarily halted construction earlier this year, saying it was concerned that feuding between the governments of Alberta and British Columbia, which sided with environmental groups fiercely opposed to the project, created undue political risks. Canada has the option to appeal the ruling to the Supreme Court.
"Trans Mountain is now taking measures to suspend construction related activities on the Project in a safe and orderly manner", the statement reads.
"This is a great victory for Indigenous communities everywhere fighting against destructive projects being imposed upon their territories", said Patrick McCully, climate and energy program director at Rainforest Action Network, after the ruling.
Asked if the federal authorities would allure the decision, Morneau would only grunt he's reviewing the narrative first.In the come term, Kinder Morgan Canada is making ready to live construction, which had right begun in new days on the pipeline route in Alberta."Trans Mountain is now taking measures to hunch construction linked actions on the mission is a stable and smooth formula", Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. president Ian Anderson acknowledged in a delivery, adding that a favourable decision was no longer a situation of the company's sale of the mission to Ottawa.Ironically, Kinder Morgan Canada shareholders voted overwhelmingly to sell the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion mission to the Canadian federal authorities no longer up to an hour after a come to a name quashed the mission's construction certificates.
The Federal Court of Appeal in Canada ruled Thursday that the National Energy Board failed to properly consult First Nations that lie along the project's 1,151km route.