After the Mayflower spill, make our voices heard
In July 2010, an Enbridge pipeline ruptured spilling more than 3 million litres of tar sands crude into Michigan’s Kalamazoo River. The spill devastated the river, which remained closed for nearly two years after the spill.
We can not let Enbridge, compared to the “Keystone Kops” for their reaction to the Kalamazoo spill, build pipelines across nearly 800 rivers and streams in Alberta and British Columbia. On the anniversary of the Kalamazoo spill, ForestEthics Advocacy volunteers have installed “River Use Closed” signs across many wild salmon rivers along the proposed Northern Gateway route in warning that this could happen should Enbridge be allowed to build their tar sands pipelines.
Check out more about what’s at stake at our pipeline map on EnbridgePipeDreams.org >>