Dec 08, 2017

NEB rules in favour of Trans Mountain on Burnaby bylaw impasse | Financial Post

The NEB said the company didn’t have to comply with two sections of Burnaby’s bylaws related to preliminary plan approvals and to tree cutting permits

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