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Coast oil spill will be ‘catastrophic’

Oil tanker in BC waters

Oceanside Star
By Pamela Suzanne Smyth

It’s not if but when a spill will happen as a result of the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline, Brian Falconer, from Raincoast Conservation Foundation, told a crowd at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre…

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Northern Gateway Project threatens wildlife

By Paul C. Paquet and Chris Genovali, Special To The Vancouver Sun
March 11, 2011

Although rarely considered, many human activities deprive wild animals of their life necessities, causing suffering of individuals through displacement, stress, starvation, and diminished security…

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Enbridge Northern Gateway is proposing a pipeline and oil tankers through BC

Time for BC boycott Calgary Herald, July 16, 2010 Edmonton Journal, July 18, 2010 Regarding the billboard ads urging Americans not to visit Alberta this summer, B.C. conservation groups might want to take a page from U.S. environmental organizations and adopt a similar campaign urging British Columbians to “rethink” travelling to Alberta.

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Ad draws attention to oil spill risk

The best modern technology.  Just like Enbridge promises. Half page ad taken out by Raincoast, Greenpeace, coastal First Nations and others, points to the risks associated with oil extraction and transport. Read about one person’s perspective on BP’s safety record and the constant drive of the oil industry to reduce costs.

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