Four Pipeline Proposals that Will Traverse Northern B.C. Could have Consequences

A 2009 Pembina Institute report indicates that the Northern British Columbia (Canada) watersheds of the Fraser, Skeena and Kittimat rivers could be threatened, and the Salmon populations in those watersheds could be adversely threatened if the four (or any one of them) proposed pipelines that are planned to traverse the Province proceed.

Look up the Pembina Institute 2009 report, entitled Pipelines and Salmon in Northern British Columbia, for the full picture, and complete list of concerns.

Already, the Southern BC salmon stocks are significantly threatened and production seriously reduced due to; habitat  destruction, alteration and loss; pollution; development and so much more…