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    Feds urged to use emergency order to save B.C. resident orcas

    Resident Salish Sea orca population numbers 74, pipeline traffic increases concern

    Emergency protections for endangered southern resident killer whales are urgently needed because of increased oil tanker traffic from the expanded Trans Mountain (TMX) pipeline, says a coalition of conservation groups. “Conservationists petitioned the federal government for an emergency order to protect the last of BC’s endangered southern resident killer whales. They say an order under […] More

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    Celebrating the Five Year Anniversary of the North Coast Tanker Ban

    Many say BC has avoided ecological disasters in its northern waters because of tanker ban.

    Friday June 21, 2024 marks the fifth anniversary of the north coast tanker ban that many argue has been instrumental in saving BC’s coast from catastrophic oil spills.  The Oil Tanker Moratorium Act (Bill C-48) was passed into law on June 21, 2019 and prohibits oil tankers that are carrying more than 12,500 metric tons of toxic […] More

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    Feds urged to use emergency order to save B.C. resident orcas

    Resident Salish Sea orca population numbers 74, pipeline traffic increases concern

    Emergency protections for endangered southern resident killer whales are urgently needed because of increased oil tanker traffic from the expanded Trans Mountain (TMX) pipeline, says a coalition of conservation groups. “Conservationists petitioned the federal government for an emergency order to protect the last of BC’s endangered southern resident killer whales. They say an order under […] More

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    Celebrating the Five Year Anniversary of the North Coast Tanker Ban

    Many say BC has avoided ecological disasters in its northern waters because of tanker ban.

    Friday June 21, 2024 marks the fifth anniversary of the north coast tanker ban that many argue has been instrumental in saving BC’s coast from catastrophic oil spills.  The Oil Tanker Moratorium Act (Bill C-48) was passed into law on June 21, 2019 and prohibits oil tankers that are carrying more than 12,500 metric tons of toxic […] More

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