There’s a giant hole in the side of the M.V. Pan Acacia and we’re lucky it wasn’t a tanker full of oil.
It’s a stark reminder that accidents happen at sea, often with dire consequences.
You can give Vancouver volunteers the training and support they need to get face-to-face with cabinet ministers and let them know we can’t accept an oil spill on our coast.
Canada stands at a fork in the road. We can pursue a sustainable future where the clean energy revolution provides millions of good jobs in a booming economy or we can double down on tankers and dirty oil, sentencing future generations to despair and misery. Climate leaders don’t build pipelines.