CALGARY, Aug. 29, 2016 /CNW/ - The National Energy Board is postponing tomorrow's Energy East Panel Session scheduled to occur in Montreal. This decision was made in light of a violent disruption in the hearing room this morning which threatened the security of everyone involved in the panel session.
The goals of these sessions are to provide a first informal opportunity to intervenors to ask questions about the Energy East application and share what matters most to them. The Board remains fully committed to these goals.
Therefore, the NEB will provide more information tomorrow about how it will hear from Montreal intervenors. Our first priority is the safety of everyone involved.
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