Pipeline expansion project seeks public input

For more than 50 years a river of oil has been running through Kamloops.

A huge pipeline pumping 300,000 barrels every day is owned by Kinder Morgan.

Now the company wants to double the capacity of the Trans Mountain Pipeline by installing a twin pipe.

There's a public information session in Kamloops Monday night.

Host Shelley Joyce speaks with project director Greg Toth.

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