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What we witnessed is very different from what the Enbridge Corporation is showing the public.

View from our first campsite on Promise Island near the entrance to Wright Sound, Gitga’at Territory, BC North Coast.

Memorial for 2 passengers who lost their lives when the

BC Ferry ‘Queen of the North’ sank March 2006

Wright Sound is the main intersection between the BC Inside Passage and the proposed Enbridge SuperTanker Route.

We kayaked around these Islands Deleted by the Enbridge Corporation’s Public Advertising Campaign.

I took these images along the tide line not far from the village of Hartley Bay where there are many incredible artifacts from thousands of years ago when people of the Gitga’at Nation carved images into stone. These ancient artworks will be covered in Bitumen from the Alberta Tarsands should Enbridge cause a supertanker spill along this precious coast.

Petroglyph of a woman in a Cedar Skirt carved by Gitga’at people thousands of years ago.

Producer/Kayak Adventurer Marie Laviolette scans a narrow channel for Whales.

Producer/Director Richard Boyce on one of many islands Deleted by the Enbridge Corporation.

Images I took of a very minor storm along the westcoast gives an impression of what a real storm might look like, or do to a supertanker.

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