Posted Mar 27
Things are heating up in Kitimat as Enbridge door-knocks and advertises to get the ‘yes’ vote while Douglas Channel Watch, a local volunteer organization, stands up to defend their community from crude oil tankers and pipelines.
In just 17 days, Kitimat residents will vote in a plebiscite on the Northern Gateway Pipeline.
Enbridge is pulling out all the stops to buy support. Paid Enbridge employees have parachuted into Kitimat and are knocking on doors, trying to convince people to vote Yes. They are running full page ads in newspapers across the region.
Who is speaking up for wild salmon and the future of our watersheds and coast?
Douglas Channel Watch is a group of local volunteers based in Kitimat who are dedicated to protecting the environmental integrity of Douglas Channel and its watersheds for present and future generations and have come together because of a love for their home. They are working day and night for the next couple weeks to spread the word about the risks of supertankers and crude oil pipelines.
They need your help.
Together, let's raise our voices and secure a sound future for all.
On April 12th Kitimat residents will vote on the plebiscite question to support or oppose the project and the 209 conditions set out by the National Energy Board.
Every dollar donated to Douglas Channel Watch will go directly into purchasing leaflets, newspaper ads, radio spots and signs in the leadup to the April 12 vote.
Enbridge has deep pockets but the people of British Columbia have big hearts. Let's show Douglas Channel Watch that we have their backs.More...
Posted Jan 24
Will you Hold the Wall?
The Yinka Dene Alliance of First Nations is committed to using all lawful means to stop this devastating project from ever being built through our territories, and has joined with other First Nations to create a powerful and unbroken wall of opposition. They are asking you to stand with them to Hold the Wall: http://www.holdthewall.ca/.