Protesters from the 'The Toronto No Line 9 Network' perform a 'die-in' to demonstrate what they say are the possible effects if the Enbridge operated 'Line 9' petroleum pipeline, which runs under the Finch subway station, ruptured, in Toronto, June 29, 2015.  Enbridge has been seeking permission to reverse the flow of the pipeline that runs from southern Ontario to Montreal. The National Energy Board has ordered Enbridge to conduct hydrostatic testing before they can proceed with the plan, according to local media reports.  REUTERS/Mark Blinch
RM2CWKRCYProtesters from the 'The Toronto No Line 9 Network' perform a 'die-in' to demonstrate what they say are the possible effects if the Enbridge operated 'Line 9' petroleum pipeline, which runs under the Finch subway station, ruptured, in Toronto, June 29, 2015. Enbridge has been seeking permission to reverse the flow of the pipeline that runs from southern Ontario to Montreal. The National Energy Board has ordered Enbridge to conduct hydrostatic testing before they can proceed with the plan, according to local media reports. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
Protesters from the 'The Toronto No Line 9 Network' perform a 'die-in' to demonstrate what they say are the possible effects if the Enbridge operated 'Line 9' petroleum pipeline, which runs under the Finch subway station, ruptured, in Toronto, June 29, 2015. Enbridge has been seeking permission to reverse the flow of the pipeline that runs from southern Ontario to Montreal. The National Energy Board has ordered Enbridge to conduct hydrostatic testing before they can proceed with the plan, according to local media reports.  REUTERS/Mark Blinch
RM2CXPF5EProtesters from the 'The Toronto No Line 9 Network' perform a 'die-in' to demonstrate what they say are the possible effects if the Enbridge operated 'Line 9' petroleum pipeline, which runs under the Finch subway station, ruptured, in Toronto, June 29, 2015. Enbridge has been seeking permission to reverse the flow of the pipeline that runs from southern Ontario to Montreal. The National Energy Board has ordered Enbridge to conduct hydrostatic testing before they can proceed with the plan, according to local media reports. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
Protesters from the 'The Toronto No Line 9 Network' perform a 'die-in' to demonstrate what they say are the possible effects if the Enbridge operated 'Line 9' petroleum pipeline, which runs under the Finch subway station, ruptured, in Toronto, June 29, 2015. Enbridge has been seeking permission to reverse the flow of the pipeline that runs from southern Ontario to Montreal. The National Energy Board has ordered Enbridge to conduct hydrostatic testing before they can proceed with the plan, according to local media reports.  REUTERS/Mark Blinch
RM2CX6BMKProtesters from the 'The Toronto No Line 9 Network' perform a 'die-in' to demonstrate what they say are the possible effects if the Enbridge operated 'Line 9' petroleum pipeline, which runs under the Finch subway station, ruptured, in Toronto, June 29, 2015. Enbridge has been seeking permission to reverse the flow of the pipeline that runs from southern Ontario to Montreal. The National Energy Board has ordered Enbridge to conduct hydrostatic testing before they can proceed with the plan, according to local media reports. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
Protesters from the 'The Toronto No Line 9 Network' perform a 'die-in' to demonstrate what they say are the possible effects if the Enbridge operated 'Line 9' petroleum pipeline, which runs under the Finch subway station, ruptured, in Toronto, June 29, 2015. Enbridge has been seeking permission to reverse the flow of the pipeline that runs from southern Ontario to Montreal. The National Energy Board has ordered Enbridge to conduct hydrostatic testing before they can proceed with the plan, according to local media reports.  REUTERS/Mark Blinch
RM2CY4Y4JProtesters from the 'The Toronto No Line 9 Network' perform a 'die-in' to demonstrate what they say are the possible effects if the Enbridge operated 'Line 9' petroleum pipeline, which runs under the Finch subway station, ruptured, in Toronto, June 29, 2015. Enbridge has been seeking permission to reverse the flow of the pipeline that runs from southern Ontario to Montreal. The National Energy Board has ordered Enbridge to conduct hydrostatic testing before they can proceed with the plan, according to local media reports. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
Protesters from the 'The Toronto No Line 9 Network' perform a 'die-in' to demonstrate what they say are the possible effects if the Enbridge operated 'Line 9' petroleum pipeline, which runs under the Finch subway station, ruptured, in Toronto, June 29, 2015.  Enbridge has been seeking permission to reverse the flow of the pipeline that runs from southern Ontario to Montreal. The National Energy Board has ordered Enbridge to conduct hydrostatic testing before they can proceed with the plan, according to local media reports.  REUTERS/Mark Blinch
RM2E659RGProtesters from the 'The Toronto No Line 9 Network' perform a 'die-in' to demonstrate what they say are the possible effects if the Enbridge operated 'Line 9' petroleum pipeline, which runs under the Finch subway station, ruptured, in Toronto, June 29, 2015. Enbridge has been seeking permission to reverse the flow of the pipeline that runs from southern Ontario to Montreal. The National Energy Board has ordered Enbridge to conduct hydrostatic testing before they can proceed with the plan, according to local media reports. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
Protesters from the 'The Toronto No Line 9 Network' perform a 'die-in' to demonstrate what they say are the possible effects if the Enbridge operated 'Line 9' petroleum pipeline, which runs under the Finch subway station, ruptured, in Toronto, June 29, 2015. Enbridge has been seeking permission to reverse the flow of the pipeline that runs from southern Ontario to Montreal. The National Energy Board has ordered Enbridge to conduct hydrostatic testing before they can proceed with the plan, according to local media reports.  REUTERS/Mark Blinch
RM2D0PFPAProtesters from the 'The Toronto No Line 9 Network' perform a 'die-in' to demonstrate what they say are the possible effects if the Enbridge operated 'Line 9' petroleum pipeline, which runs under the Finch subway station, ruptured, in Toronto, June 29, 2015. Enbridge has been seeking permission to reverse the flow of the pipeline that runs from southern Ontario to Montreal. The National Energy Board has ordered Enbridge to conduct hydrostatic testing before they can proceed with the plan, according to local media reports. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
Protesters from the 'The Toronto No Line 9 Network' perform a 'die-in' to demonstrate what they say are the possible effects if the Enbridge operated 'Line 9' petroleum pipeline, which runs under the Finch subway station, ruptured, in Toronto, June 29, 2015. Enbridge has been seeking permission to reverse the flow of the pipeline that runs from southern Ontario to Montreal. The National Energy Board has ordered Enbridge to conduct hydrostatic testing before they can proceed with the plan, according to local media reports.  REUTERS/Mark Blinch
RM2CX6XW6Protesters from the 'The Toronto No Line 9 Network' perform a 'die-in' to demonstrate what they say are the possible effects if the Enbridge operated 'Line 9' petroleum pipeline, which runs under the Finch subway station, ruptured, in Toronto, June 29, 2015. Enbridge has been seeking permission to reverse the flow of the pipeline that runs from southern Ontario to Montreal. The National Energy Board has ordered Enbridge to conduct hydrostatic testing before they can proceed with the plan, according to local media reports. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
Protesters from the 'The Toronto No Line 9 Network' perform a 'die-in' to demonstrate what they say are the possible effects if the Enbridge operated 'Line 9' petroleum pipeline, which runs under the Finch subway station, ruptured, in Toronto, June 29, 2015.  Enbridge has been seeking permission to reverse the flow of the pipeline that runs from southern Ontario to Montreal. The National Energy Board has ordered Enbridge to conduct hydrostatic testing before they can proceed with the plan, according to local media reports.  REUTERS/Mark Blinch
RM2CX6BMGProtesters from the 'The Toronto No Line 9 Network' perform a 'die-in' to demonstrate what they say are the possible effects if the Enbridge operated 'Line 9' petroleum pipeline, which runs under the Finch subway station, ruptured, in Toronto, June 29, 2015. Enbridge has been seeking permission to reverse the flow of the pipeline that runs from southern Ontario to Montreal. The National Energy Board has ordered Enbridge to conduct hydrostatic testing before they can proceed with the plan, according to local media reports. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
Protesters from the 'The Toronto No Line 9 Network' perform a 'die-in' to demonstrate what they say are the possible effects if the Enbridge operated 'Line 9' petroleum pipeline, which runs under the Finch subway station, ruptured, in Toronto, June 29, 2015.  Enbridge has been seeking permission to reverse the flow of the pipeline that runs from southern Ontario to Montreal. The National Energy Board has ordered Enbridge to conduct hydrostatic testing before they can proceed with the plan, according to local media reports.  REUTERS/Mark Blinch
RM2D08PJYProtesters from the 'The Toronto No Line 9 Network' perform a 'die-in' to demonstrate what they say are the possible effects if the Enbridge operated 'Line 9' petroleum pipeline, which runs under the Finch subway station, ruptured, in Toronto, June 29, 2015. Enbridge has been seeking permission to reverse the flow of the pipeline that runs from southern Ontario to Montreal. The National Energy Board has ordered Enbridge to conduct hydrostatic testing before they can proceed with the plan, according to local media reports. REUTERS/Mark Blinch