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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.

Thus, the court is ordering cabinet to direct the NEB to reconsider its approval of the project and remedy some of the concerns raised by the court before cabinet can give the final go-ahead for construction.

"We're going to review today's decision to ensure that we're meeting high standards when it comes to both protecting the environment and meeting our obligations to consult with Indigenous Peoples", Morneau said, adding that the court has "given us some good directions on next steps". "We're looking forward to moving forward with the conclusion of this process".

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer called today's ruling "devastating" news for Canadian workers and taxpayers and a "complete indictment" of the Trudeau government's efforts to get the project off the ground. "It signals that governments, corporations, and funders must all respect Indigenous Peoples' right to Free, Prior, and Informed Consent".

"This decision reinforces our belief as a nation and as part of the coastal communities in which we live that the Trans Mountain Expansion Project must not proceed and we tell the Prime Minister to start listening and put an end to this type of relationship", Squamish councillor and spokesperson Khelsilem said in a statement.

About 30 minutes after the landmark ruling, Kinder Morgan had announced construction on twinning the existing pipeline was being suspended, while shareholders voted more than 99 per cent in favour of selling the pipeline to the federal government for $4.5 billion. Proponents will also be required to improve consultations with First Nations.

Canada failed ... to engage, dialogue meaningfully and grapple with the real concerns of the Indigenous applicants so as to explore possible accommodation of those concerns.

"The current state of affairs in Canada is such that building a pipeline to tidewater is practically impossible", Notley said.

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"I think it reaffirms that, in Canada, we have a system that's so complex that even governments struggle with it ..." The case combined almost two dozen lawsuits calling for the NEB's review of the project to be overturned. It would also increase the number of tankers in Burrard Inlet sevenfold.

"The unjustified exclusion of marine shipping from the scope of the project led to successive, unacceptable deficiencies in the [NEB's] report and recommendations".

The scheme had been a crucial test for Trudeau and his government, who swept into office in 2015 on promises of striking a balance between economic growth, environmental concerns and repairing the country's fraught relationship with Indigenous peoples. "Being an equity owner of this project means we will have the voice to do so", he said.

"We were certainly complaining bitterly about that", he said.

"The court has sent a clear signal that the rule of law will not accommodate environmental decision-making that fails to address these environmental risks", he said.

Chris Bloomer, CEO of the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association, said the federal government needs to fix its ailing regulatory system. "Things are unpredictable at this stage". "They actually bought the pipeline that nobody wanted", he said.

McGuckin said he was in the mood to celebrate on Thursday but he anticipates his group's work is not done.


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