Enbridge moving towards putting an old pipeline back into service in the NWT

Enbridge has plans to put back into operation a pipeline that has been shut down since 2016. Line 21 was closed because it sat on the unstable ground by a riverbed.

Enbridge has plans to put back into operation a pipeline that has been shut down since 2016.

Line 21 was closed because it sat on the unstable ground by a riverbed.

Now some people are worried about putting the pipeline back into commission.

 

Video Journalist / Yellowknife

Charlotte joined APTN in January 2017 as a video journalist in Yellowknife, N.W.T.. Before coming to APTN she interned at CTV Lethbridge, earned her BA in feminist research from Western University and her obtained post-graduate in journalism at Humber College.


4 thoughts on “Enbridge moving towards putting an old pipeline back into service in the NWT

  1. The re-starting of the pipeline sounds like a good idea in principal. We need the jobs, economic activity and tax dollars. Of course it goes without saying that one also expects they will operate it safely and protect the environment at the same time.

  2. The re-starting of the pipeline sounds like a good idea in principal. We need the jobs, economic activity and tax dollars. Of course it goes without saying that one also expects they will operate it safely and protect the environment at the same time.

  3. is it true that Enbridge used to be called “Enron” until Enron was convicted of massive froud in the mid-90s in India and its sharehoulders

  4. is it true that Enbridge used to be called “Enron” until Enron was convicted of massive froud in the mid-90s in India and its sharehoulders

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