Aug 302018
 

RELATED:  Reply to: the Court Decision on the TransMountain (Kinder Morgan) Pipeline is “a big mistake”   From: Devon Page, Ecojustice Sent: August 30, 2018 Subject: VICTORY: We’ve defeated Trans Mountain   Just moments ago, the Federal Court of Appeal struck down the federal government’s approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline project. It’s been a […]

Aug 302018
 

Sandra, I’m speechless. This morning, Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal overturned the Kinder Morgan TransMountain pipeline approval. This is a huge victory for Indigenous rights, for communities and for our planet. All I have to say today is thank you. To the Indigenous Peoples who have led this movement in since day one, to the […]

Aug 302018
 

Return to  INDEX, Salish Sea   The Sept 24th  “Salish Sea”  Book Event will draw from roughly the top three quarters of the Regional District of Nanaimo (RDN). The RDN goes from Deep Bay – Bowser to south of Nanaimo, including Gabriola Island. Communities,  Mid-Island,  potential attendees: Deep Bay Bowser Qualicum Bay Horne Lake Spider […]

Aug 272018
 

INDEX SEPTEMBER 24, 2018  BOOK EVENT  “SALISH SEA“, AUTHOR HOWARD STEWART ,,, Agendas, List of Candidates, Municipal Election, List of Communities, Mid-Island, a list of Contact Info &  DISTRIBUTION LIST for Salish Sea  (not public) Elections, Municipal, October 20, 2018, General Hand-out  (Draft) Emcee, Notes for Facebook Event French Creek Estuary Land Building sea-side, sea-level […]

Aug 262018
 

Return to  INDEX, Salish Sea CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF POSTINGS MOST RECENT FIRST SALISH SEA KINDER MORGAN TRANS MOUNTAIN PIPELINE, OIL SPILLS EXPANDED PIPELINE FOR EXPANDED PRODUCTION IN TAR SANDS  (CLIMATE CHANGE) SEWAGE, CHOLERA & NOROVIRUS PLASTICS & MICROFIBRES Special reference to: 2018-02-27   Canada’s largest integrated energy company has filed an application for a massive new […]

Aug 252018
 
2018-08-06   Comment on "Estimates of exceedances of critical loads for acidification", includes connection tar sands - nuclear - university.

THE REPORT is at: 2018-07-13   “Estimates of exceedances of critical loads for acidifying deposition in Alberta and Saskatchewan” (water and land, nitrogen and sulphur from oil sands)   COMMENT:    I  conclude this is a good news story, taking place over 12 years! Serendipity:   In June 2006 I sat beside a water scientist who told […]