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Up to 90 per cent of a Burrard Inlet oil spill would reach shoreline in hours” The Vancouver Sun reports today with the launch of an oil spill animation model.
â€œThe model demonstrates that nowhere is safe in Burrard Inlet,â€ says Tsleil-Waututh Nation Chief Maureen Thomas.
â€œSpilled oil has the potential to foul every corner of our inlet leaving only a legacy of more pollution for our children and spoiling everything Tsleil-Waututh holds as sacred.â€
The independent spill trajectory model was created for the City of Vancouver and City Of Burnaby,
First Nations to issue statement on Kinder Morgan Review Process on final day of NEB Oral Traditional Evidence Hearings
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 27, 2014
First Nations to issue statement on Kinder Morgan Review Process on final day of NEB Oral Traditional Evidence Hearings: TOMORROW
What:Â Â Â Â A press conference will be held tomorrow to mark the release, by at least a dozen First Nations,
In May, the Tsleil-Waututh Nation launched the first legal challenge to the National Energy Boardâ€™s review of the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker expansion proposal. This past week the Federal Court of Appeal granted Tsleil-Waututh permission to proceed with the lawsuit. (Watch it here: http://new.livestream.com/tsleilwaututh/kindermorgan/videos/49756380)
Our community is united in standing up to protect Burrard Inlet and the Salish Sea,