After the Mayflower spill, make our voices heard
ForestEthics supporters gathered on the banks of the Fraser River in British Columbia for a candle-lit vigil marking the anniversary of Enbridge's Kalamazoo River tar sands disaster. The rupture took place in Michigan, two years ago today. Dumping millions of litres of tar sands into the watershed, it's considered the costliest on-shore pipeline disaster in US history.
On the eve of the anniversary, volunteers installed a "River Closed" sign to help visualize the potential damage to our rivers if Enbridge's Northern Gateway pipeline is built.