Poll finds support for oil pipeline

Poll finds support for oil pipeline

There are 1 comment on the Kelowna Capital News story from Jan 5, 2012, titled Poll finds support for oil pipeline. In it, Kelowna Capital News reports that:

A poll commissioned by Enbridge Inc. has found that most B.C. residents are not familiar with the proposed oil pipeline from Alberta to the B.C. north coast, but many of those who are support the idea.

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Joe Leduc

Oakville, Canada

#1 Jan 10, 2012
Wanting to run a pipeline through the vallies an over or near major water ways is one of the most dumest things man could do.I want to see the enviorment used by our kids an grandkids .One major oil spil will do moredamage then our government will ever admit to..
We are just borrowing this land from our kids an there kids ,we have done enough damage to our enviorment an feel this is just another way to do more damage. can anyone imagine what would happen with a spill in Fraser or the Skenna or there contibutaries .This would take decades to recover fromThe fisheries would be most effected.
STOP this movement let your politicians know that this is another stupid move by the Harper government. Know common sense here is there Steve but then there wasn't any in the G 7 an 8 Billions spent for what?

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