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Pipeline protesters at MLA’s office

A number of people against the proposed Enbridge oil pipeline protested Wednesday afternoon

A small contingent of protesters brought their handmade signs and a massive banner decrying the proposed Northern Gateway oil pipeline that could wend its way through the region if approved.

Mission’s Ryan Loop brought his two daughters down to First Avenue Wednesday afternoon in front of MLA Randy Hawes’ office to join the group.

“I believe strongly in not having a pipeline through our province,” said the Mission resident. “I don’t think it’s a good idea.”

Opponents to the plan gathered in front of MLA’s offices throughout B.C. Wednesday to voice their disapproval of Enbridge’s proposal.

A massive sit-in protest happened Monday at the B.C. Legislature.