As Diesel Spill Spreads, So Do Fears About Canada’s Slow Response

Volunteers from First Nations tribe rushed to respond while official help lagged, causing widespread damage. By Heather Libby, The Tyee This opinion column was originally published by The Tyee. The tugboat Nathan E. Stewart and barge DBL 55 were traveling back down the B.C. coast after delivering petroleum products in Ketchikan, Alaska in the early morning Oct. 13. See Also: The Many Unknowns of Inevitable Arctic Oil Spills Enbridge’s Kalamazoo Spill Saga Ends in $177 Million Settlement Canadian Court Reverses Approval of Enbridge’s Major Western Pipeline read more


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