RCMP in North Vancouver are advising commuters to plan for possible delays on their way home from work, due to an anti-pipeline rally this Thursday, February, 22.
In a release, police said the delays will be caused by a planned demonstration march against Kinder Morgan.
The march is scheduled to begin at 5 pm, in the parking lot on the southeast side of Capliano Road and Marine Drive.
From there, marchers will make their way southbound on Capilano Road, through First Nations land coming out on Welch Street, turning east and continuing up to the Phillips Road overpass.
They will then proceed across the overpass and arrive at the front gates of the Kinder Morgan facility.
In a statement, North Vancouver RCMP Cpl. Richard De Jong said police will be in attendance to ensure public safety and are advising commuters to consider alternate travel routes, if possible.
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