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Kinder Morgan loses bid to extend injunction on Burnaby Mountain

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Chief Stewart Phillip of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs leads crowd of around 100 to drill site as he voluntary gets arrested, Nov 27, 2014. Chief Stewart Phillip of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs leads crowd of around 100 to drill site as he voluntary gets arrested, Nov 27, 2014.

Judge throws out civil contempt charges against those arrested for breaking the injunction

CBC News, Nov 27, 2014

An application by Kinder Morgan to extend an injunction keeping protesters away from two drilling sites on Burnaby Mountain was rejected by the B.C. Supreme Court Thursday, meaning the site must be cleared of excavation work by Dec. 1.

In denying the company’s request to extend the injunction to Dec. 12, the judge also ruled that all civil contempt charges against those arrested so far have been thrown out due to errors in the injunction.

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