Enbridge to hold special meeting in Fort St. James

After recent concerns regarding Enbridge's proposed Northern Gateway Pipeline, Enbridge has asked to present to council.

  • Jun. 19, 2012 2:00 p.m.

Enbridge will be presenting to Fort St. James mayor and council tomorrow night, June 20.

The company will be putting on a special presentation on their spill response to the large pipeline spill in 2010 into the Kalamazoo River in  Michigan.

The presentation will start at 5 p.m. in the District of Fort St. James council chambers and is open to the public.

Enbridge hopes to address area concerns regarding the potential impact of the proposed Northern Gateway Pipeline in the region.

Previous stories on Northern Gateway:

Sustainability group calls on council to take a stand on Northern Gateway

Enbridge analyzes spill potential into Stuart Lake

Road trip to see JRP oral statements in Smithers

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