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MCK granted intervener status at Energy East Pipeline hearings


The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke (MCK) wishes to inform the community that it has been granted Intervener Status for the upcoming National Energy Board (NEB) Energy East Pipeline hearing process.

“Kahnawà:ke has and continues to take an extremely active role in defending our interests and promoting measures to protect the environment," said Environment Portfolio Chief Clinton Phillips. “As in the past, we will make every effort to be accurate in our findings and make sure that our questions, concerns and recommendations are heard loudly and clearly.”
The Energy East project includes converting an existing pipeline from natural gas to oil, constructing new pipeline between Alberta and New Brunswick, as well as the associated facilities, pump stations and tank terminals required to move crude oil from Alberta to Québec and New Brunswick.

The Hearing process, locations and dates have not yet been determined. Other Mohawk communities that have intervener status are Akwesá:sne, Kanehsatà:ke and Bay of Quinte.

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