What are your thoughts on the Kinder Morgan Pipeline?

The 100 Mile Free Press asking people on the street their opinion

“What I’d like to see with the pipes is a lot more stoppages like your water pipes, you got your turn off valves and whatever, something along that line and that protects us and puts a lot of people to work.”

– Mary Soman

Horse Lake

“Without industry, we have nothing. We need industry, plain and simple.”

– Carl Ellis

Forest Grove

”I don’t think there is anything we can do about it personally. I think they are just going to do what they do. They are going to push it through no matter what.”

– Wayne Holliday

100 Mile House

“We should have the oil. It’s got to get to the market, right. I don’t agree with the Northern Pipeline but this one, considering its already in place I don’t see why not. It’s good for the economy, it will put people to work.

– Ken Witt

100 Mile House

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