Concerns Over "Man Camps" Aired At Hearing

Dec 19, 2019

Yankton Sioux Tribe attorney Jennifer Baker
Credit Victoria Wicks

If the Keystone XL pipeline is constructed, workers will stay in 10 camps as they move through Montana, South Dakota, and Nebraska.

Pipeline opponents have shared concerns about the potential for workers to commit crimes, especially against women.

At a South Dakota Water Management Board hearing on Thursday, Dec. 19, a project supervisor explained how TC Energy contractors keep control over their employees.