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Many Quebec residents are taking the lead, both alone and as part of a group, with inspiring action to protest against the arrival of tar sands oil in Quebec. Here are some ideas to help build the movement. GET INFORMED Look further into the issue and learn more about tar sands and diluted bitumen.
Solution - 23 April 2013 - Tag : Advocacy, Line 9 reversal, Tar sands toolkit
Enbridge is proposing to reverse the flow of its 9B pipeline from North Westover (Ontario) to Montreal. If its application to the National Energy Board is accepted, tar sands oil could soon flow to Quebec and possibly on to Portland, Maine passing through Montérégie, Basses-Laurentides, Lanaudière, Laval , Montreal and the Eastern Townships.
Solution - 27 March 2013 - Tag : Advocacy, Line 9 reversal, Tar sands toolkit
The National Energy Board (NEB) is the federal agency that administers oil, gas or electricity projects traversing provincial boundaries. As such, it is responsible for organizing public consultations on pipeline construction or pipeline flow inversion. However, the NEB does not evaluate any upstream or downstream consequences of the projects that have been submitted, such as...
Solution - 27 March 2013 - Tag : Advocacy, Line 9 reversal, Tar sands toolkit
Do you want to participate in the movement against the pipelines and tar sand development? Several local groups have already formed in the towns along the route of Enbridge’s Line 9 and along the Montréal-Portland pipeline. Don’t hesitate to contact a group to find out how you can get involved. If you would like to start a new group in your municipality, contact...
Solution - 27 March 2013 - Tag : Advocacy, Line 9 reversal, Tar sands toolkit
Montreal, July 30, 2012 – Equiterre was disappointed by the decision issued late last Friday night, allowing Enbridge to reverse the flow of oil in the section of the Line 9 pipeline between Sarnia and Westover, Ontario. Equiterre, along with other Canadian and American environmental groups, participated in the National Energy Board (NEB) hearings on this project.