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Captain Planet comes to the microphone and asks the Enbridge representative for a hug.
REPORTING · 2nd February 2011
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As the live broadcast was not successful due to the REM Lee Theatre not having internet access and equally due to the construction of the building not permitting even fair transmission to wireless tower internet transmission, we have quickly converted the question and answer portion of the forum for the public.

The highest quality with the time duration, an hour and ten minutes, that we could make available is attached below. It will be a slow dial up connection download.

More will be produced later but hopefully this will temporarily satisfy the audience who missed the forum and was wanting to see it live.
Audience members line up to ask questions
Audience members line up to ask questions
Gerald Wesley's daughter, a deaf woman, asks about heath issues and refers to the Athabasca River and the associated cancers experienced in First Nations Communities
Gerald Wesley's daughter, a deaf woman, asks about heath issues and refers to the Athabasca River and the associated cancers experienced in First Nations Communities
"...Corporately, socially responsible..."
Comment by Karen Dedosenco on 2nd February 2011
Quote in the G&M about Line 6B in Michigan: "...Enbridge received warnings of 140 corrosion defects on the line in June, 2008. It was ordered to repair them all within 180 days. It fixed 26 and determined that it might be cheaper to replace parts of the line than to repair some of the remaining problems.

A further test in 2009 found 250 defects. Enbridge fixed 35."

Does this sound like a company that is corporately and socially responsible? Reading the article I wonder why they are even allowed to continue using the line.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/enbridge-faces-heat-for-pipeline-spills/article1708625/