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CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS
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April 21, 2014
Gerald Amos (L) drives his boat in the Kitimat Arm of the Douglas Channel as Murray Minchin of Douglas...
KITIMAT, Canada
Amos drives his boat in the Kitimat Arm of the Douglas Channel as Murray Minchin of Douglas Channel Watch...
Gerald Amos (L) drives his boat in the Kitimat Arm of the Douglas Channel as Murray Minchin of Douglas Channel Watch looks on in northern British Columbia, just miles away from where Enbridge Inc plans to build its Northern Gateway pipeline terminal facility April 13, 2014. Enbridge plans to build a massive marine terminal for its oil pipeline carrying diluted bitumen 1,177 km (731 miles) from Alberta's oil sands to the deepwater port in Kitimat, where it would be loaded on supertankers and shipped to Asia. The pipeline is loathed by environmentalists who fear it will hasten the development of Canada's oil sands and exacerbate climate change. But it is also fiercely opposed by many aboriginals along the pipeline path and shipping routes. Picture taken April 13, 2014. To match Feature CANADA-PIPELINE/ABORIGINALS REUTERS/Julie Gordon (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
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