Brief Consultation Office Questionairre
Last week, the National Energy Board over-rode the authority of the City of Burnaby and stated it had no right to hold-up construction of the Transmountain Expansion Project through its permitting process, greenlighting construction. This is a brief survey of member thoughts and feelings on the matter. Information collected through this questionnaire will be used to develop a statement on this action by the NEB. Information that can be used to identify people will not be published, and your strict confidentiality will be protected. Please forward questions and concerns to bcmf@ksdandassociates.com.
My BC Metis Federation membership number is.
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I reside near to the proposed or existing Transmountain Pipeline.
I strongly disagree.
I strongly agree.
I participated in the regulatory process for the project.
I strongly disagree.
I strongly agree.
The Kinder Morgan Transmountain Project will benefit all Canadians.
I strongly disagree.
I strongly agree.
The Kinder Morgan Transmountain Project will benefit all British Columbians.
I strongly disagree.
I strongly agree.
The Kinder Morgan Transmountain Project should not have been approved.
I strongly disagree.
I strongly agree.
Leaving the existing pipeline is less risky than replacing it.
I strongly disagree.
I strongly agree.
I feel as though I had enough opportunity to participate in the regulatory process for the TMX Project.
I strongly disagree.
I strongly agree.
As a federal body, the NEB has the right to over-ride local authorities.
I strongly disagree.
I strongly agree.
Risk of spills and leaks is greater with the expansion, than the old pipe.
I strongly disagree.
I strongly agree.
I am comfortable with the risk.
I strongly disagree.
I strongly agree.
The natural environment is more important to me than employment and economic benefits.
I strongly disagree.
I strongly agree.
In general, development is beneficial so long as the environment is protected.
I strongly disagree.
I strongly agree.
The BC Metis Federation should have a strong voice in the monitoring committee for the project.
I strongly disagree.
I strongly agree.
Community-based research is beneficial.
I strongly disagree.
I strongly agree.
Other comments.
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