Its an outright lie!!!
You can plainly see that Enbridge removed all of the islands, maybe that's the plan, that Christy Clark has up her sleeve.
|Fiction starts at 00:43 UPDATE the link is gone POOF!!|
Enbridge says that the Northern Gateway pipeline system route transverses many watercourses ....etc
Note: Watercourse Crossing link has been scrapped by Enbridge website, however a screen shot of their original filing with the NEB is here with the WayBackMachine 2015/01/31
Watercourse Crossings Page 1 of 3
The proposed Northern Gateway pipeline system route traverses many watercourses, from very small brooks to large rivers. Most of the water crossings are technically straightforward and have minimal environmental impacts. The Project has established a strategic watercourse crossings team to conduct detailed site surveys at difficult crossings to ensure they can be built responsibly and with minimal impacts. The pipelines will cross 773 identified watercourses with defined bed and banks; 669 of the crossings are fish-bearing. SNIP Source for more Updated 2015/01/31 - NEB 8 page Document
Does Alberta have fish, or are the 669 crossings of fish-bearing watercourses only in BC?
And, considering how much Alberta has "developed" its Oil and Gas Industry, where they have many, many more inspectors than British Columbia, maybe their watercourses, the brooks and streams, are no more.
Going back to Maps, not the kind that we need to drive, but ones dedicated to expanding our knowledge of our BC Watersheds......... There's this Map, its actually called an Atlas..........
Which takes you to a Fisheries Inventory with instructions on how to use the ATLAS
NOTE: MOE.... Ministry of Environment.......
- Click on the desired MOE Region below. This will display an index map of all the watershed groups within the region.
- Click on the desired watershed group. This will display a table of all the WSCA map sheet pdf files within the selected watershed group.
- Click on the desired WSCA map sheet pdf file to display the WSCA map sheet image with the 1:50,000 Watershed Codes.
Now you're down to a Watershed Group, and the mouth of the Kitimat River where there's this:
KITR is the mouth of the Kitimat River, where Oil Tankers, 250 of them at 320,000 Gross Tonnes, are going to be fueling up each year and loading up too.
This is the Link for KITR: Remember, these maps' URL is FIRST about fish/watershed SECOND
At the top of the table from the link above, there's this:
KITR: Kitimat River which is whole map for the one Group called KITR
If you zoom in on the above link of KITR, you'll see how each stream, each brook is hemmed in by hills and mountains, like in #27.......24 streams, with feeders to them too, all contributing to our FISH, our Drinking WATER, our very SURVIVAL.
103i.007 is the mouth of the Kitimat River ... zoom in to 50%, for a close up look
August 11, 2012 UPDATE NOTE
From the map above, the bold blue highlighted numbers are of little use. What you need to do is get in closer and record the numbers/letters in faint RED, then go back to the previous page select the area that you want to take a more in depth look at.
Enbridge we know about, but Kinder Morgan is continuing on with its goal of doubling up their existing oil pipeline to Burnaby. Tankers are leaving in greater numbers from the Port of Vancouver because of Kinder Morgan.
Tabular Form by Areas WSCA Map Library: Watershed Group Maps
CBC interactive map on Pipelines of North America
An oil spill, would kill everything in its path.
This is the Lower Fraser River.....Do you recognize Richmond, Burnaby, Vancouver, Surrey? Do you see the brooks, the streams, the rivers...... the USA border with Canada.... Boundary Bay?
in the Kitimat Harbour....." being replaced with 320,000 DWT,
that's almost five times larger