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Oil Spill Practices

Earlier this week, the BC Liberal government announced a list of five minimum requirements Enbridge must meet if it wants the province to support the Northern Gateway Pipeline. Two of those requirements say Enbridge must use "world-leading oil spill preparedness and response systems" if the project is to move forward. We spoke to Marine Oil Spill Expert Gerald Graham to find out more about oil spill cleanup and response.
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