For those who were unable to attend the Enbridge Forum Tuesday evening we video recorded the entire evening in digital HD. Attached below is the first half of the evening. This included the introductions of each of the four panelists and each of their power point presentations.
Tsimshian Hereditary Chief Gerald Wesley was unable to attend due to a death in the family and Kitselas Chief Councillor Glen Bennett was able to stand in his place on very short notice.
The three other panelists were;
The Mayor of Dawson Creek, Mike Bernier, who spoke about the large benefits of the Oil and Gas Industry to the Dawson Creek residents.
From Smithers, Greg Brown, an environmental researcher, director of 'One Sky' and tireless campaigner for cleaner sustainable living.
From Calgary, Morgan Yates, an Enbridge community relations and aboriginal affairs director.
The full biographies can be read by going to a previous article by clicking HERE
Only Chief Bennett did not have a slide show prepared. Both Bernier and Brown used dramatic images to get their respective messages across. Yates on the other hand displayed numerous images of text prepared by Enbridge.
Quickly taking the First Nations Chair for HC Gerald Wesley, Bennett read from a prepared statement on the position of the Kitselas First Nation
Likely not the best image to use to sell the idea, this slide showed how many oil well sites there are in the Northeast. each single black dot is a well site. All are connected by pipelines.
A double hulled tanker which collided with a barge in 2010. Brown refered to an IT term to describe these preventable problems. P.E.B.K.A.C. (Problem Exists Between Keyboard And Chair)