The transportation of dangerous goods by rail is set to sky rocket
There are already 50-60 propane tank cars rolling through our towns and watershed every day and this number is set to sky rocket. If the additional three export facilities are approved and built, the Northern BC rail corridor will be carrying up to 230 pressurized LPG/propane tank cars and 180 tank cars filled with petroleum liquids per day. These trains will travel through the hearts of our communities and along the banks of our wild salmon rivers, posing real risks to human safety and salmon health. Read more...
‘Heartbreaking’: an overhead view of CGL sediment spills into Wet’suwet’en waters, wetlands
On an Indigenous-led monitoring flight over the Coastal GasLink pipeline, The Narwhal documented worksites overwhelmed by spring melt and numerous environmental infractions including slope failures, flooded worksites and sediment entering wetlands and waterways. Read the full article here.
May 17, 2023
The last 33 caribou: fighting for the survival of a Wet’suwet’en herd
May 14, 2023
Another stop-work order issued for Coastal GasLink pipeline over erosion concerns
May 5, 2023
Pipeline company ordered to stop work near Prince George for polluting fish-bearing stream