By Judith Lavoie, Times Colonist April 27, 2012
Dozens of parks and protected areas in B.C. would be at risk of oil contamination if there was a spill from the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline, says a peer-reviewed paper to be published later this year in Natural Areas Journal.
The paper, written by a team of scientists from Raincoast Conservation Foundation, the University of Victoria and the University of Calgary, found that a spill could affect parks hundreds of kilometres away from the pipeline.
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