Unitarian fellowship opposes B.C. pipeline projects

Kinder Morgan Canada plans to spend $5 billion to upgrade the capacity of its Trans Mountain pipeline. (Kinder Morgan)
A Kamloops faith group says it's taking a stand by opposing the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion and the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline.

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Kamloops recently passed a resolution saying it believes climate change is a major issue, and more pipelines will only make the problem worse.

Gisela Ruckert is on the committee that proposed the resolution, and spoke with Daybreak host Shelley Joyce.

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