A must read. Time to make the Alberta process more accountable! http://ow.ly/bS47B #tarsands #Shell
http://ow.ly/bPZr2 “Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation joined groups endorsing anti-pipeline ad.”
Article on myself, Eriel Deranger and the fight against development #tarsands #indigenous http://ow.ly/bOiCp
PIC: Rural Landowner, enviro and labour grps message to @Premier_Redford. #abpoli #ableg #oilspill pic.twitter.com/5ucLMiWr
No confirmation from ERCB. But these guys claim more oil leaking into Red Deer River. #oilspill bit.ly/Mvq2W9
Eriel Deranger, First Nations woman navigates anti-oilsands charge – Edmonton Journal http://ow.ly/bExVm #tarsands #pipelines #indigenous
The following was posted Fort McMurray Today on June 5, 2012:
Local residents and aboriginal groups are being given a chance to ask questions and comment on an oilsands expansion north of Fort McMurray.
Energy giant Shell Canada Energy plans to increase bitumen production at the Jackpine Mine site by 100,000 bpd, bringing mining production to a total of 300,000 bpd.
The expansion would include space for new mining and processing facilities along the east side of the Athabasca River, approximately 70 km north of Fort McMurray.
Interested individuals and groups are now invited to provide comments and questions to a joint review panel in Ottawa. The panel, which was created to assess the environmental effects of the proposed project, must receive all comments in writing by Aug. 3, in order to be considered. All comments received by the panel will be considered public and will be posted online.
Comments, both in French or English, can be sent by mail, email or fax to:
Joint Review Panel Secretariat
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
160 Elgin Street, 22nd Floor, Ottawa, ON K1A 0H3
Tel: 1-866-582-1884 / Fax: 613-957-0941