(Burlington (Ontario) Post)
The city hosted a public meeting last Thursday to give residents a chance to ask Enbridge staff about its Line 9B reversal proposal.
Approximately 75 people, including city staff and 10 Enbridge representatives, attended the meeting at city hall. The evening, run by an independent facilitator hired by the city, featured a 30-minute presentation by Enbridge and a two-and-a-half hour question-and-answer session.
Enbridge has asked the National Energy Board (NEB) to allow the reversal of oil from west to east in an existing 830-kilometre pipeline, known as Line 9, between Sarnia and Montreal.