Enbridge will come

A spokeperson for Enbridge has said the company will be scheduling a stop in Fort St. James.

The company will be visiting different communities along the proposed Northern Gateway Pipeline Project to provide information.

A spokeperson for Enbridge has said the company will be scheduling a stop in the Fort.

The company will be visiting different communities along the proposed Northern Gateway Pipeline Project to provide information.

Previous information sessions were cancelled, after the company had cited a need to get more information out first, after some information sessions became sites for protests.

But concerned or interested residents in the Fort are being promised another opportunity to learn about the pipeline. The company says it will definitely reschedule, but is not able to give a date at this time.

These information sessions are not part of the Joint Review Panel process, which is an independent review conducted by the government.

The Northern Gateway Project would consist of two pipelines between the tar sands of northern Alberta and a supertanker port in Kitimat, B.C.

 

Information on the proposed route, chemicals involved and status of the project can be found at: http://www.northerngateway.ca/

 

 

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