Oilsands pipeline risks explained in "BC's Huge Gamble" film
Providing a frighteningly accurate account of Enbridge Inc.'s unflattering environmental record, BC's Huge Gamble, asks the question of what British Columbians are willing to risk in exchange for several hundred new jobs.
The short film lays bare not only the environmental and economic detriment to be expected if the Northern Gateway Pipeline is approved, but it also expounds Enbridge's disregard for the health of residents as well. Posing a threat to the province's coastal communities, unique rain forests, commercial fisheries and thriving tourism industry. Created by Leo Award nominee Corey Ogilvie, BC's Huge Gamble will leave you wondering just what will happen if Enbridge Inc. creeps into your own backyard.
To read more about the controversial Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline, check out these articles:
- "Enbrige's Northern Gateway Pipeline": Joint Review Panel explainer": a piece by Alexis Soymenoff on those who could be responsible for deciding the outcome of the pipeline debate.
- "Two thousand protest Enbridge oilsands pipeline in Prince Rupert": a report on the Prince Rupert protest which consumed the city.
- "Salmon, economy and oil: Smithers mayor explains opposition to Enbridge pipeline": a candid explanation on how the oilsands pipeline would negatively effect the Smithers' local economy.
- "Enbridge's Dirty Dozen": A piece by the Tyee on Enbridge's 12 big oil spills, occurring over a 10-year period.
To learn about what you can do to oppose the Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline visit: