We have downloaded and are re-sharing documents relevant to the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Project. Due to the importance of this information will we make this a fluid page, meaning we will be updating and adding information daily or even hourly depending on how quickly we find new information. Please share this information with everyone, and please remember, this is a “proposed” pipeline and you have every right as a citizen of Canada to object to it even if Harper wishes to call you “radical” simply because you oppose the pipeline.
We do not oppose oil or oil production; we do oppose irresponsible extraction, and transportation of these very toxic materials.
This information is critical to those who wish to help educate the public in regards to the consequences of a pipeline spill, an oil tanker spill, or even the expansion of the Tarsands in Alberta.
This page will be updated on a regular ongoing basis, please check back often.
Last Update: Mar 14th, 2012 10:44 am
Enbridge Facts – Section One – Downloadable Material
These files are can be found online however in order to get the most information out to the greatest number of people we will compile the files here. This is in no way intended to violate copyright rules but much more importantly to educate the public on a subject that is of a most urgent nature. Please note many of these can be printed and shared in work places or anywhere you meet people.
- Detailed Map of the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline (PDF File) Enbridgepilelinemap
- Detailed Map of the Tanker Routes based on the Enbridge Pipeline Proposal (PDF File) oil-tanker-routes
- Prince Rupert written submission Dec 2010
- Kitamaat Village, BC – Jan 10th Transcript
- Kitamaat Village, BC - Jan 11th Transcript
- Terrace, BC - Jan 12th Transcript
- Smithers, BC - Jan 16th Transcript
- Burns Lake, BC - Jan 17th Transcript
- Prince George, BC - Jan 18th Transcript
- Edmonton, Alta - Jan 25th Transcript
- Edmonton, Alta - Jan 26th Transcript
- Edmonton, Alta - Jan 27th Transcript
- Edmonton, Alta - Jan 31st Transcript
- Fort St. James BC - Feb 2nd Transcript
- Prince Rupert, BC - Feb 17th Transcript
- Prince Rupert, BC - Feb 18th Transcript
- Old Masset, BC - Feb 28th Transcript
- Old Masset, BC - Feb 29th Transcript
- Hartley Bay, BC - Mar 2nd Transcript
- Hartley Bay, BC - Mar 3rd Transcript
- A Report by Cornell University Global Labor Institute The impact of tar sands pipeline spills on employment and the economy (regarding the Keystone XL pipeline)
- Oil Tankers in the Strait of Georgia Some questions and answers by and for concerned citizens.
- Here is a document produced by the “Oil Companies International Marine Forum” what makes this document so interesting is that both Enbridge and Transport Canada make great references to how safe new Double Hulled vessels are, when in fact they come with a completely new set of high risks unmentioned by both parties. See this document called Double Hull Tankers – Are they the answer?
- Pipeline and Tanker Trouble: The Impact to British Columbia’s Communities, Rivers, and Pacific Coastline from Tar sands Oil Transport
- POTENTIAL EFFECTS OF AN OIL PIPELINE RUPTURE ON REACH 2 OF MORICE RIVER
- Oil and Salmon Don’t Mix
- Wet’suwet’en Rights and Title
- Canada’s Toxic Tarsands – The Most Destructive Project On Earth
We will include the so called technical information the RJP Panel rejected in Prince George, because it provides concrete evidence of just how “dirty” Tarsands oil really is.
- Letter from Prince George engineering firm CJ Peter. C.J letter
- A detailed submission of evidence on Tarsands Oil. oilsands oil
- Litigation against the Gitxsan Treaty Society. Jan 10th 2011, Re: the erroneous deal Enbridge claimed to have made with the Gitxsan people. (PDF File) Click Here
- From the POLARIS Institutes - Out on the Tar Sands Mainline (PDF File) Click Here
- From the Pembina Institute – Pipeline and Tanker Trouble (PDF File) Click Here
- From the Pembina Institute – Responsible Action? An assessment of Alberta’s gas policies (PDF File) Click Here
- From the Pembina Institute – Responsible Action? An assessment of Alberta’s gas policies (slide version) (PDF File) Click Here
- From the Pembina Institute – Is natural gas a climate change solution for Canada? (PDF File) Click Here
- The Royal Society of Canada Expert Panel Sustaining Canada’s Marine Biodiversity: Responding to the Challenges Posed by Climate Change, Fisheries, and Aquaculture
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