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Last updated: Apr. 18th 2012 at 9:30 am PST
Enbridge Oil Pipeline Trying to Kill Nicga’a Land and Habitats MOTHER EARTH
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B-roll from Gitga’at Nation feast, which was attended by National Energy Board. Footage includes opening ceremony (with drumming and dancing), Gitga’at tradition of honoring ancestors by burning a plate of food in their honour and saying a prayer in their name, footage of children eating at the feast, general shots of the beautiful Gitga’at cultural centre.
Michigan residents discuss the ongoing cleanup of the 2010 Kalamazoo River tar sands pipeline oil spill.
The students and staff of Bella Bella Community School stand together in opposition to the proposed Enbridge Pipeline that would bring supertankers filled with oil along the coast of the Great Bear Rainforest, jeopardizing the environment upon which we rely for sustenance, both physical and spiritual. We will be engaged in a 48-hour hunger strike from April 1st at 4 pm to April 3rd at 4 pm. This coincides with the Enbridge hearings in our community. We hope to open a dialogue with other concerned students from around the province and communicate through video conferencing during our hunger strike. We invite your school or community to join us in our strike and help make a statement that can’t be ignored.
Contact [email protected] and [email protected] for further details.
watch the full 90 minute documentary here:
The beating of drums echoed throughout the seaside community of Prince Rupert, BC, on February 4 as thousands of First Nations and BC citizens banded together to express their opposition to the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway twin pipelines from the Alberta Tar Sands to nearby Kitimat on BC’s central coast. Watch this exclusive documentary video report on the historic gathering – featuring the Gitga’at drummers and dancers of Hartley Bay, young aboriginal signer-songwriter Ta’kaiya Blaney, local political leaders, and a number of powerful First Nations speakers.
Video by http://thecanadian.org
BC’s Huge Gamble – short film – Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline
Gitga’at Anti-Enbridge Protest in Prince Rupert
First Nations protest against the Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline in Prince Rupert on February 4, 2012.
Gitga’at say NO to Enbridge Rally – Gitga’at dancers
Gitga’at (Hartley Bay) dancers perform in rally in Prince Rupert
GITGA’AT RALLY AGAINST ENBRIDGE
Members of the Carrier nation protesting outside the Enbridge Northern Gateway oil tanker and pipeline project and federal review hearings in Fort. St. James, British Columbia, February 2, 2012
I am going to include two videos based on the treatment Enbridge gives to those who wish to blow the whistle on them. These are both recent uploads to You-Tube and is about the was arrest of John Bolenbaugh for video taping Enbridge regarding buried oil.
Please note we don’t agree with the numbers because like the poll earlier in BC. The problem is most people in Canada have not fully understood the full story. Secondly this paper is a pro-Harper, pro-pipeline paper, notorious for slanting the news.
This video is a perfect example of how out of touch the corporate world, corporate thinking is with First Nations reality. Read what the First Nations people are saying ( aboriginal testimony ) these folks think of successful as measured by how well you managed to compete in the corporate world. Even more staggering is that these same people actually think all non-aboriginals think of success equals wealth in cash and “white man’s assets”.
January 23, 2012 – VANCOUVER, CANADA. Protest outside Terminal City Club with Greenpeace, ForestEthics and concerned citizens of British Columbia.
Beth Wallace, who works with the National Wildlife Federation and also grew up in Battle Creek, Michigan, describes the devastation of the Enbridge oil spill into the Kalamazoo River in July 2010. Enbridge wants to build the Northern Gateway pipeline to transport Alberta tar sands oil through the Rocky Mountains to Kitimat, British Columbia on the Pacific Coast.
This presentation was part of the Think Pipeline Speaking Tour in late 2010 which visited 8 communities in B.C. including Prince George, Vanderhoof, Houston, Burns Lake, Smithers, Terrace, Prince Rupert, and Kitimat. The sponsoring organizations included Friends of the Wild Salmon, Sea to Sands Conservation Alliance, Friends of Morice Bulkley, SkeenaWild, Northwest Watch, Douglas Channel Watch, and Prince Rupert Environmental Society.
For more on the Think Pipeline Speaking tour, see:
Friends of Wild Salmon
This next video is about the effects of living with an oil spill and its cleanup, this is not an Enbridge spill but it is a must see video for parents who wish to protect their children. Money cannot buy back health.
ENBRIDGE CAUGHT COVERING UP OIL SPILLS / Dont let this happen to BC
This is what will happen to BC and BC’s coast if we the people of BC and the rest of Canada allow Enbridge to build their pipeline.
Another thing to note is that the spills are toxic and poisonous. If they happen near residential areas as they did in Michigan, they can make people very sick, cause seizures, and even cause comas or death. Very dangerous and Enbridge does not want to spend the millions cleaning it up when they can just hide it in the woods under rock and grass.
When a spill occurs in our treacherous waters it will flow all down the coast of BC destroying fishing and tourism. People will lose their jobs, careers, livelihood, and BC which relies a lot on tourism and fishing will suffer as the people will.
To see more videos from John to to user ‘johnBolenbaugh’ on youtube.
To sign a petition and learn more please go to http://dogwoodinitiative.org/no-tankers/petition and help out the people of BC and Canada.
Sharing community around the campfire outside of the GTO Office
JLS ……For What It’s Worth