How to stop tankers coming up Fraser River?

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The B.C. Environmental Assessment Office is reviewing the proposal, which requires provincial cabinet approval. Meanwhile a citizens’ group, the Vancouver Airport Pipeline Opposition for Richmond, or VAPOR, is giving politicians plenty of reasons to reject it.



“Shipping oil on water and transferring from land to ship—and then from ship to land—is risky and dangerous and does give rise to numerous spills as admitted by (the proponent’s) own studies,” said Otto Langer, a fishery biologist and member of VAPOR.

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