Feds Study Oil Shipping Lane

Federal agencies are continuing quiet research on a proposed shipping lane for oil tankers on B.C.’s northern coast. The Department of Fisheries awarded a $50,000 contract to scan the Douglas Channel using robot gliders. Environment Canada earlier initiated its own studies on the impact of a tanker spill in the region: “It would be useful information in an actual spill”.

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