Northern Gateway Pipeline

Posted on April 18, 2014

With a hushed crowd of about one hundred, the unofficial result of the Kitimat plebiscite was read aloud Saturday evening.  Instantly, those gathered at the downtown park erupted into screams of joy.

Enbridge has lost the vote.

YES     1,278 (41.6%)

NO      1,793 (58.4%)

Total    3,071

Nathan Cullen, NDP MP for Skeena—Bulkley Valley was visibly nervous as the smart phone was read carefully for the announcement.

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Posted on September 01, 2012

W.L.M. (Bill) Wilson writes: 'Attached is my rewrite of Anne Feeney’s “Have You Been To Jail for Justice”. Anne granted permission to do non-profit performances of this Enbridge version.' Video by Ester Strijbos.

The more it piles up, the harder it is to believe Enbridge is serious about building that pipeline - running away from Indians with eagle down, airbrushing out islands, running ads in movie theatres that the audience not only boos, but laughs at? Come on guys! NOBODY could be that inept on purpose!

Posted on July 06, 2012

by Arthur Caldicott

Enbridge has been promoting its Northern Gateway Pipeline project (NGP) since 2002. Designed to move tar sands bitumen to the west coast, the company has never been clear about where the oil will go after that. Apart from glib assurances that it won’t wash up on

Did You Know? Approximately 150 First Nations and Band Councils have publicly declared their opposition to the proposed Enbridge pipeline project. They are:

Council of the Haida Nation

Old Massett Village Council

 "Enbridge has just launched a multi-million dollar campaign to convince British Columbians to support a Chinese funded pipeline that would deliver raw Alberta bitumen to the port of Kitimat where it would be loaded on supertankers bound for refineries largely owned by the Communist Party of China for sale in heavily price subsidized gasoline markets."

Posted on May 17, 2012

Pipeline routeby Susan MacVittie

Prime Minister Stephen Harper's government is determined to speed up and streamline the government-approval process for pipelines, recently cutting federal environmental-oversight agencies drastically from 40 to three, slashing budgets, limiting public participation and assigning fixed assessment timelines. It's all part of a slick plan.


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