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CANADA: Northern B.C. town on edge after two gas pipeline blasts

It’s the question on everyone’s lips here in this remote northern B.C. town: Who’s making war on the oil industry?

In less than a week, two explosive devices have erupted under sour gas pipelines owned by EnCana outside the town, 590 kilometres northwest of Edmonton. In both cases, the pipelines did not rupture and no one was injured, but the level of violence involved – and the wording of threatening letters sent to local media last week – has everyone in the region on edge.

“This scares the hell out of me and my family,” said Eric Kuenzl, a resident of neighbouring Tomslake.  More here


October 18, 2008 - Posted by | BOLO and Crime, Homeland Security | , ,

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