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Here is the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans making outrageous claims about protecting our coastline from oil. Share this to make this go viral!! youtu.be/eAr6w0Ap3jgThe Minister for Fisheries, Oceans and The Canadian Coast Guard forgets we have google and find out the truth about his outrageous claims! ... See MoreSee Less

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People who have lived in cities their whole lives have no buisness being stewards of lands and waters.

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1 week ago

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The Canadian Orca Rescue Society would like to thank everyone who donated to the Orca Food Drive to help the Four Mile Creek Hatchery in Port Renfrew. Your donations help them raise Wild Chinook Salmon Fry for release into the territory of the starving Southern Resident Orcas. Today we sent a donation of $1100.00 to help our neighbours in the Salish Sea. ... See MoreSee Less

The Canadian Orca Rescue Society would like to thank everyone who donated to the Orca Food Drive to help the Four Mile Creek Hatchery in Port Renfrew. Your donations help them raise Wild Chinook Salmon Fry for release into the territory of the starving Southern Resident Orcas. Today we sent a donation of $1100.00 to help our neighbours in the Salish Sea.

 

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You folks rock ...love you and miss you🌿

Great job folks and Bond you are amazing!

The Canadian Orca Rescue Society will be at Ogden Point on Friday , August 17 , for our Orca Food Drive. Come join us at 5:00 pm and meet our whales and learn about the Orcas, who share the Salish Sea with us.

we love you too hope to see you soon you need to text me your address so I can come and visit

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My Letter to Premier Horgan regarding the Orca Emergency off our coast:
Dear Premier Horgan

I am asking you to enact a task force similar to the Washington State efforts to determine emergency measures to protect the Southern Resident Orca Pods.

As a director of the Canadian Orca Rescue Society, I see a large difference in the efforts between Washington State and BC.

It's not just the events of recent days involving J-50 or J-35 with her dead calf, but things like the ongoing efforts to increase Chinook hatchery production and habitat restoration and protected areas.

Governor Inslee has made very public appeals to solicit ideas and solutions for a complex problem and they seem to be acting quickly.

Our society is a group of people who have decided to take whatever action we can to help, and after consulting with many intelligent people, our mission statement became; "To Bring Salmon Back to Every River and Creek in BC."

We are currently raising money to fund the Four Mile Creek Hatchery in Port Renfrew and rehabilitate the San Juan River.

It's one of the few hatcheries on the West Coast that releases it's fry into the territory of the Southern Orca Pods and their funding has been cut, so we are trying to make up the shortfall.

Please take some action to make our coast easier for the Orcas to survive. We share the Salish Sea with many others so let's be good neighbours.

Please call on us if you want us to help.

Warm Regards,
Eric Pittman
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2 weeks ago

Canadian Orca Rescue Society

Here is the latest on J-50...

Alison Morrow
Dr. Holly Fearnbach with SR³ - Sealife Response, Rehabilitation & Research is back from assessing the health of J50. The plan is to administer an antibiotic injection tomorrow if the J-Pod is located. Then, crews may try to feed salmon to J50, which the Lummi tribe caught today. This is the video we recorded for KING 5 4P newscast, Take 5.
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2 weeks ago

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Canadian Orca Rescue Society was at Symphony Splash tonight raising fund for the Four Mile Creek Hatchery to put more Chinook Salmon on the West Coast. Let's bring salmon back to every river and creek in BC. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Fantastic pictures. Lots of work involved. Well done.

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Any one interested in helping the Canadian Orca Rescue Society at Symphony Splash today we will be at Government Street at 4:00 pm., between the Museum and the Legislator . Look for the Orcas. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

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This Grandmother is a great Canadian. What a powerful little speech!

Leadnow.ca - À l'Action
Check out this badass grandma’s mic drop moment in court. 👇

Photo by Kelvin Gawley from Burnaby Now: www.burnabynow.com/news/grandma-arrested-at-trans-mountain-terminal-in-burnaby-1.23341218
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Support her 100%!! Such a courageous woman, no matter her age for standing up for her beliefs!! 🤗🤗💕💗💝💓

Wow. Well spoken. She had all the info and knowledge. No fake news or examples. I hope the Judge took the cotton batten out of his ears and listened to this remarkable, well spoken lady. She should get the Peace Prize this year.

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A group of people noticed this whale on the shore and they tried to save him...... What a happy ending
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Amazing, God Bless you all

If this can be done to save a wild creature, surely it can be done to save all the people fleeing their horrible dictators. Band together and show the world what love is. Who will lead? Canada? Britain? NOT the dictator in the good old USA. All the refugees need help now.

Wat fantastisch!

Kindness!

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The Canadian Orca Rescue Society would like to thank you for your support. We will be in the Inner Harbor of Victoria British Columbia , during the evening of August 5th. We will be joining Victoria in the celebration of Symphony Splash, with our neighbours from the Salish Sea, " The Orcas ". I f you would like to lend your support to fly the "ORCAS" . Please contact us on Face book. Thank you ! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Canadian Orca Rescue Society

I would love to see Premier Horgan make a similar appeal. Why is our government silent on this issue! Lets get this province behind saving the orcas!

Governor Jay Inslee
The recent, tragic death of the orca calf is heartbreaking and we all feel the pain of the mother and her pod. Protecting and restoring the food chain and complex ecosystem these beautiful animals rely on will take a combination of several immediate-term and long-term actions. There are no do-overs with the orcas. We must get this right.
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Are you listening Justin Trudeau? Or are you too busy partying and vacation in Vancouver! Wake up asshole! And when I comes to trump there’s no money in it for him so he won’t do anything! This is, a very sad situation, so until the prime minister of Canada and the president of United States wakes the f$ck up! and pay attention for three minutes, and take action! Ya think?????

Horgan in B.C. and Trudeau federally need to follow the lead of the Governor of Washington State, and do it now! We need action, not studies. Help these orcas now!

Yes, British Columbia needs to join with Washington State to save our Orcas.

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2 weeks ago

Canadian Orca Rescue Society

Daisy Kadibil was eight years old in 1931 when she escaped from an Australian internment camp along with her 14-year-old sister Molly and 10-year-old cousin Gracie. The three girls' 800-mile (1,300 km) journey through the harsh Australian desert to return home inspired a book and the acclaimed film "Rabbit-Proof Fence." Daisy, who was the last surviving of the three, recently died at the age of 95. The extraordinary story of Daisy, Molly, and Gracie's nine-week trek introduced many people, both in Australia and around the world, to the tragedy of the "Stolen Generation", the tens of thousands of Australian Aboriginal children who were removed from their families between 1910 and 1970. "I come from Jigalong," Daisy wrote in a biographical note. "They took me away but I walked all around country back to where I was born. I came back."

After the girls were taken from their home in Jigalong, an Indigenous community in northwestern Australia, they were brought to the Moore River Native Settlement, an internment camp just north of Perth. For sixty years, many Aboriginal children, particularly mixed-race children, were forcibly taken from their families and sent to such camps with the aim of assimilating them into white Australian society. Notoriously overcrowded and unsanitary, children at the camps experienced high rates of illness and premature death. After the girls arrived at Moore River, they were determined to escape; Molly later declared "that place make me sick." After only one night, Molly led the two younger girls out of the camp and they started a long and dangerous journey home using the country-wide rabbit-proof fence as a guide. Along the way, they had to live off the land, sleep in dug-out rabbit burrows, and evade trackers hired by the government who looked for "absconding" children.

Once they made it home, Daisy never left again; she spent many years working as a cook and housekeeper at ranches in the region, and passed on the traditions of the Martu people to her four children. Her story was virtually unknown until the 1990s, when her niece, Doris Pilkington Garimara, wrote "Follow The Rabbit-Proof Fence," based on her mother and aunt's experiences; Garimara had also been separated from her family and spent years at the Moore River camp. When the book was adapted into the movie "Rabbit-Proof Fence," Stephen Holden of the New York Times called it a "devastating portrayal" of Australia's "disgraceful treatment" of its Aboriginal population," observing that "on the side of wrong is the Australian government, which, for more than half a century, carried out this appalling program of legalized kidnapping.” Lynne Craigie, president of the Shire of East Pilbara, where Daisy lived, says her memory will be preserved: "Daisy’s remarkable story is an indelible part of the history of the Shire…. and one that will always be shared and never forgotten."

To read a tribute to Daisy Kadibil in the New York Times, visit nyti.ms/2KBqmUY

The movie "Rabbit-Proof Fence," recommended for ages 10 and up, is available at www.amightygirl.com/rabbit-proof-fence -- or you can stream it at amzn.to/2MyxnXf

To learn more about the book "Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence," visit amzn.to/2KxcWcJ

The practice of removing indigenous children from their homes to force assimilation occurred in various places throughout the world -- Margaret Pokiak wrote two children's books about her experience in a residential school in Canada: “When I Was Eight” for ages 5 to 9 (www.amightygirl.com/when-i-was-eight) and “Fatty Legs: A True Story” for ages 9 and up (www.amightygirl.com/fatty-legs-a-true-story)

For books for children and teens about more Native American and Aboriginal girls and women -- whose stories are very underrepresented in children's literature -- check out our blog post, "A Celebration of Native American and Aboriginal Mighty Girls" at www.amightygirl.com/blog?p=10365

For more inspiring stories of extraordinary girls and women around the world, you can sign up for A Mighty Girl's free weekly email newsletter at www.amightygirl.com/forms/newsletter
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Hope to find this book. Amazing women to make that trip home against all odds Here in Canada there are many stories of the dreadful residential homes. Terrible how humans can treat young children.

Very sad to hear that so many countries including Canada removed children forcibly from their Parents and their homes.😢

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3 weeks ago

Canadian Orca Rescue Society

The larger environmental question reflected in the J35 story is that both the USA and Canada MUST redouble efforts to restore wild salmon (particularly Chinook) throughout Washington State and British Columbia for a food supply for the SRKW in this region. Whales in this Endangered population are dependent upon Chinook salmon for their primary food source. Unfortunately, Chinook salmon are also Endangered. We have long demonstrated that these fish-eating whales are getting skinnier and skinnier, and the death rate is increasing. This baby whale (and 100% of the pregnancies in the past three years) failed to be viable because the mothers do not have sufficient food. Period. We’ve got at most 5 more years of reproductive life in this population to make it happen but if we don’t do it in those 5 years it isn’t going to happen. - Ken Balcomb
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In the meantime, let's stay out of their way so they can find the food that IS available. WAtch from shore.

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3 weeks ago

Canadian Orca Rescue Society

Some sad news from the J pod family. According to Ken Balcomb from the Center for Whale Research, J 35—also known as Tahlequah— delivered a calf today. Unfortunately, that calf lived for less than an hour. Although it is not uncommon for marine mammals, the death of this young killer whale is hard news for those who follow the southern resident orcas. The number of Salish Sea orcas still remains at 75.

#JoinThePod

Pictured: Members of J pod

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Q13 FOX
The iconic NW orcas could soon disappear. Join us as we ask Gov. Inslee how he plans to save what could be the last generation.

➡️ q13fox.com/LastGeneration
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This problem can be solved in part by saving salmon, and biologists know that to save salmon, you've got to save habitat. That means gov'ts have to quit pandering to industry like oil and gas, mining and logging, and prioritize salmon for a change. The BC gov't had for 16 years given away everything to industry and squandered salmon habitat. There has to be a push to save this habitat now and that means fining companies who break the law, getting rid of some dams, reforesting some areas, not allowing over-fishing, but mostly restricting industry.

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Dogwood BC
On this day in 2007, the Trans Mountain pipeline spilled in Burnaby, B.C. -- a block and a half from Karen Ruckman's home.
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JUSTIN TRUDEAU RATCHEL NUTLEY AND Terry Beech shame on you and yes I will not forget your irresponsible acts and I will utilize all of my resources to ensure you are held accountable and Not returned to public office It is not all about money it distills down to lives put at risk and our environment both of which eclipse political ideology shame on all of you

This is so scary and I feel so bad for these people. She's right, the gov't needs to protect people better, there's too much risk to the neighbourhood and community. There is no reason why the gov't shouldn't invest instead in solar and wind power and other renewables, and get rid of this tanker farm altogether.

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The Canadian Orca Rescue Society is dedicated to bringing to you, the facts about the ability of our Federal government, to safely clean up an OIL SPILL in our coastal waters ! We will be posting the known facts about the chemicals that our currently being used to combat an OIL SPILL in the oceans. These chemicals are used to disperse and sink oil in our Coastal waters. In the National interest of
all Canadians ,we must not allow the us of these dangerous chemicals in waters. We must defend our right to protect the land and waterways in our communities for us and our children. And the one's that come after them!
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3 weeks ago

Canadian Orca Rescue Society

Calypso's greatest hits. This is from earlier this year when Trudeau visited Victoria. I love the symbolism of an Orca making him flinch. (The inflatable orca is modelled after L-94, Calypso, a matriarch of the Southern Pods.)

Artist: Miesje (Mesha)
I don’t usually post political on my artist page. But the Karma here is amusing - our Prime-minister at a stop pipeline expansion protest is swatted by an Orca tail.
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3 weeks ago

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Sad news again...Some sad news from the J pod family. According to Ken Balcomb from the Center for Whale Research, J 35—also known as Tahlequah— delivered a calf today. Unfortunately, that calf lived for less than an hour. Although it is not uncommon for marine mammals, the death of this young killer whale is hard news for those who follow the southern resident orcas. The number of Salish Sea orcas still remains at 75.

#JoinThePod

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Sad news again...

 

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Awe heart breaking

Yes, heart breaking news. Apparently Tahlequah has been nudging the calf all day. It must be so hard to let go, hopefully the pod will support her during her grief.

So sad. Can nothing be done re babies not living when the Momma Orca gives birth? I hate calling them "Killer Whales".

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Jennifer Kuehn

I love all of his shows and watch them EVERY SINGLE NIGHT when I go to bed, on netflix. Every night. It's going to be a sad day when that man passes.

You must watch this!

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My Letter to Premier Horgan and Andrew Weaver

I hope you were able to watch the video of the Federal Minister for Fisheries and Oceans misleading the Canadian Public which I filmed and sent the other day. I have learned more about oil clean-up technology recently and was shocked to find that clean up chemicals approved for our coast are banned in 18 countries. Specifically, Corexit, which is listed in the Environment Canada Gazette link below as an acceptable dispersant on our coast. This chemical is being blamed for many ruined lives and deaths as a result of it's use in the Gulf of Mexico because of the BP disaster. Please see the Australian 60 Minutes expose and the plight of the coastal people of the Southern Gulf States here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1cXrkw9n-E

The Australian Government has banned the use of it as a result of this investigation.

Although the dispersant works well to make the oil break down into very fine particles, these particles drift in the ocean for years and the mixture has been deemed 52 times more toxic than the oil it is meant to clean up. It looks like all the oil is gone, but that's an illusion. It's just harder to see and it kills everything that swims through it. Photos of the beach look normal though.

It is unconscionable that any government would allow this to be considered an ameliorant especially in light of the massive lawsuits initiated by affected people in the Gulf.

I implore you to raise the issue of the toxicity of these spill clean-up methods and hopefully use some of the information to keep our coastal waters safe from the ravages of the oil industry.

Environment Canada Gazette: www.gazette.gc.ca/rp-pr/p2/2016/2016-06-15/html/sor-dors108-eng.html#archived

Thanks,

Eric Pittman

Director,

Canadian Orca Rescue SocietyFollow ClimateState on facebook for climate research www.facebook.com/ClimateState When petroleum giant BP spilled millions of litres of crude oil in...
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This is " a Must read" ......

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Watch this to see the future of the coast if Trans Mountain goes through and they use dispersants to clean it up. When the dispersant, Corexit, mixes with oil, the toxicity increases 52 fold! (ref: Journal of Environmental Pollution) www.10n10.ca/e/SNAME/60%20Minutes%20Crude%20Solution%20BPs%20Corexit.mp4 ... See MoreSee Less

Watch this to see the future of the coast if Trans Mountain goes through and they use dispersants to clean it up. When the dispersant, Corexit, mixes with oil, the toxicity increases 52 fold! (ref: Journal of Environmental Pollution) https://www.10n10.ca/e/SNAME/60%20Minutes%20Crude%20Solution%20BPs%20Corexit.mp4

 

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I guess it will be time to move off of the island and back to my community in the interior Salish area!

Until humans stop putting the accumulation of money above life ....

KINDER MORGAN MUST BE STOPPED WHATEVER IT TAKES 🤬

Map does not make any sense.

If you are truly worried about the orcas stop all fishing on the west coast. Go hungry. Eat your veggies.

George Jonesif your not conserned about Orca whales perhaps public safety means something to you m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=267687447118906&id=100016329576825

How horrible !!!

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Very disturbing! Corexit is a chemical dispersant used in case of an oil spill and approved by Environment Canada for use on our coastline. See this short video to see what happens to the people of coastal communities when they are exposed to it. The "cure" is worse then the "disease". www.10n10.ca/e/SNAME/506179351.mp4 ... See MoreSee Less

Very disturbing! Corexit is a chemical dispersant used in case of an oil spill and approved by Environment Canada for use on our coastline. See this short video to see what happens to the people of coastal communities when they are exposed to it. The cure is worse then the disease. https://www.10n10.ca/e/SNAME/506179351.mp4

4 weeks ago

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A reminder of how great we are at cleaning up oil spills...NOT.

Heiltsuk Tribal Council
We got our first look underwater yesterday. Endangered abalone, kelp, juvenile herring all poisoned by diesel. The damage is done. It will be years before we know the full extent of the damage.

To support the Heiltsuk Nation with diesel spill efforts you can donate here: fundrazr.com/b1B0J3
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4 weeks ago

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Climate Change Guide
The tar sands in Alberta is by far Canada's worst environmental disaster. On top of that, the tar sands are funding a disinformation campaign. This MUST BE STOPPED! Please help by signing and sharing a petition at bit.ly/1CRcf1X

Also, the original video with over 130,000 views can be found on YouTube at www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5aXo87N6nU
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Stop the madness

Petition is closed

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4 weeks ago

Canadian Orca Rescue Society

What a great short film! Stand on Guard for Canada, Stop the Trans Mountain Pipeline!

Jocelyn
So many demonstrations to protect the water on the coast lately (vid)!
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4 weeks ago

So many demonstrations to protect the water on the coast lately (vid)! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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This is a great film!

That was a beautiful day! Lots of emotions for me that day. Mad 😡 😢 and everything in between!!

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The Minister of Fisheries and Oceans forgets we have google.
This is outrageous! Share to make this go viral!!!!
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Hasn't happened so far?!?!🤔😳

Oh great. I had really hoped, that being from BC would make a difference and that he might actually give a damn about our coast. Clearly not.

What a crock of crap

WHAT AN EMBARRASSMENT TO THOSE OF US THAT LIVE IN VANCOUVER HIS HOME RIDING AND TO CANADIANS FOR HIS INFORMATION A FLORIDA BASED COMPANY WAS CONTRACTED BY THE OWNERS OF THE SEATTLE BASED BARGE TO EFFECT THE CLEANUP OH OH CANADA

Ignorance!

Really. Then how come we do not see evidence of this?

And to think I helped get this man elected. More fool me.

Just another one fo Trudeau’s puppets that just don’t care about the eastcoast

Well it’s clear who this man really works for 🤬

Just look at his body language...arms crossed..Ass. How ignorance tries to defend its ugly self.

His face and body language reveals no confidence on his own words.

Shame!

Bullshit!

"Minister of Fisheries and Oceans" is a HUGE dilbit peddler. >:( So insulting and dangerous. :'( EVERY economic argument for this pipe-threat has been debunked. #NoMoreExcuses

Totally ignorant, incompetent, or a bald face lier. Anyway you look at it this fool is not fit for public office.

The 'new' Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, who in his earlier role as Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Environment, by letter dismissed our concerns of Herring Spawn around the Woodfibre site and the impacts the Woodfibre LNG seawater cooling would have on the spawn. Was he ever wrong! The company had to change to air-cooling after the Squamish Nation told the company to do so.

😂😂😂😂😂 They poison our oceans, lands and bodies.

Disgusting commentary from an elected politician

That spineless man that greedy man that hearless man deceiving man That government hand taking blood and land taking blood and land and still they can 💔 Words Xavier Rudd spirit bird 🦅

Another Liberal goofball..thanx to Trudeau. 😣

What rock did this dick crawl out from ?

I would think we would be more concerned that no spills ever occur, rather than how much could be cleaned up.

Body language speaks volumes

Look at his body language. He knows what he is saying isn’t true and his stance is protective.

You have google?

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1 month ago

Canadian Orca Rescue Society

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Canadians need to be made aware of this troubling Inhumane treatment of horses, as they have basically become “meat” animals in Canada. This is going on on a weekly (sometimes biweekly) basis out of 3 Canadian airports; Winnipeg, Calgary & Edmonton. It MUST stop. The IATA regulations for humane conditions to exist for shipping horses by air are being violated by Korean Air & Atlas Air. www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/british-columbia/article-cfia-documents-raise-concerns-over-horses...

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1 month ago

Canadian Orca Rescue Society

Anyone else think the harbour looks like a whale's tail? 🤔
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1 month ago

Canadian Orca Rescue Society

Here's how our Salish Sea will fare when the oil spill happens.We're fighting to save the orcas. Thanks to Raincoast Conservation Foundation for the graphic showing Kinder Morgan's tanker route, critical Southern Resident Orca habitat and probability of a spill. This pipeline must never be built. Things you can do:

1. Fund lawsuits: Pull Together, Ecojustice, StopKinderMorganlawsuit.com.

2. Take the Coast Protector pledge and be ready for action opportunities and key strategic alerts: www.CoastProtectors.ca

3. See Grand Chief Stewart Phillip in conversation with 350.org co-founder Bill McKibben March 4 at "Many Paddles, One Canoe", in person or on the livestream. Info & tix: tinyurl.com/BillMcKibbenPullTogether

4. Stay tuned.
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Heres how our Salish Sea will fare when the oil spill happens.

 

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NO TAXPAYER BUYOUT FOR KM!! Must be stopped whatever it takes!! 🤬🤬

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1 month ago

Canadian Orca Rescue Society

A massive flotilla surrounded Kinder Morgan's razor- wire fence on Saturday, led by Ta'ah Amy George. Water is Life and we will Protect the Inlet. 💧🌊✊

No matter who owns Kinder Morgan Canada - this pipeline will never be built.

www.ProtectTheInlet.ca #StopKM
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Thank you for being our voice

In Solidarity With Amy George. Love & Respect❤️

Bless your hearts 💕 we stand with you!! 👊

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Here are some links to recent catastrophic events around the world – events we were told could not happen.

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Loss of Crewser drops endangered orca count to 75

Death of J34 by ship collision leaves only 78 orcas

J34 found dead by ship collision December 2016

Orca whales swim dangerously close to Vancouver Harbour boats

August 2016 Spill Chart (pdf)

Texas Pipeline Spills 600,000 Gallons of Oil One Week Before DAPL Is Approved

Tundra has second pipeline spill in Saskatchewan

Chennai oil spill 10 times bigger than reported, companies whose ships collided misled government
Chennai vessel #1       Chennai vessel #2

That Thing the Standing Rock Protesters Were Afraid of Just Happened

Pipeline leaks due to human error an increasing problem, says NEB

Solar Employs More People Than Oil, Coal, And Gas Combined In The US

Refiners shun new Canadian crude blend offer from Enbridge line

China Makes Major Investment In Renewable Power Generation

Rescue workers scoop crew from tanker stranded off Cape Breton

Tilikum and Granny are dead. Here’s why you should care about these killer whales