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Oil-dependent community in Northern B.C. opposes pipeline

Many B.C. First Nations are strongly opposed to the Northern Gateway pipeline.

Consultations on the pipeline began Jan. 9 in Kitimat, B.C and one community on the North Coast stands on the front lines of the battle.

The CBC's George Baker travelled to Hartley Bay, a tiny village sits 145 kilometres south of Prince Rupert -- accessible only by plane or boat.

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Northern Gateway pipeline: benefits vs. concerns
CBC Feature page: The Northern Gateway Pipeline

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