The proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline and tanker project is a story with two ends.


Enbridge's Athabasca pipeline in Alberta, Canada

Enbridge is proposing to build two pipelines 1,170 kilometres (730 miles) from Alberta's tar sands to the coast at Kitimat, BC. From there, over 225 oil tankers would ply the rugged waters of British Columbia’s north coast for the first time ever. Tar sands would be shipped, with no up-grading or refining, to Asian markets.

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"For over 200 days a year, we’re going to wake up in the morning wondering if this is the day our community dies. Does any company have the right to make us live this way?" said Councilor Clifton of Haida Gwaii about moving oil off British Columbia’s north coast.
ForesEthics reports facts left out about the 2014 Enbridge Investor Report for the company’s Investor Days held this week. We highlight to investors that Enbridge is facing significant roadblocks in the current legal, political, and commercial landscapes when it comes to Northern Gateway.
Enbridge’s Northern Gateway pipeline project faces substantial obstacles ahead, making it unlikely to ever be built.
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The Issue

BC's iconic North Coast is too valuable to be put at risk for an Enbridge spill read more...

The Facts

Proposed pipeline would facilitate tar sands expansion by 30%, which is Canada’s fasting growing source of greenhouse gas emissions...and other facts read more...

The Solutions

Protect our coast and the economies that depend on them read more...

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