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April 14, 2011

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Stop the Pipeline: Sign the Petition

VANCOUVER—The Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline Project will have an irreversible impact on the health of those who live near waterways into which tar sands toxins are released, on wildlife and on our environment.

Should an oil spill occur as a result of the Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline Project, taxpayers will be responsible for the cost of the cleanup to the tune of billions of dollars.

Sign CUPE BC’s Environment Committee petition and add your voice or write a letter against an Enbridge pipeline in B.C.  Visit:  www.pipeupagainstenbridge.ca.

Printable petition.

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