TransCanada’s Energy East Pipeline: Too Much Risk for the Bay of Fundy-Gulf of Maine

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The Conservation Council of New Brunswick has released a report on the potential impacts of TransCanada’s Energy East pipeline project on the Bay of Fundy and Gulf of Maine. The report explores the many risks to whales and other wildlife in the Bay of Fundy as well as the risk to sustainable jobs in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Maine from increased tanker traffic and the increased risk of oil spills.


Bay of Fundy ReportCOVERDownload the report:
 English | French

See an infographic summarizing the risks to the Bay of Fundy and Gulf of Maine: English | French

Read our press release

Learn more about TransCanada’s Energy East Pipeline project

Let whales flirt! Noisy tankers from TransCanada’s Energy East pipeline will stress and disorient whales searching for food … and each other!

Let whales flirt! Noisy tankers from TransCanada’s Energy East pipeline will stress and disorient whales searching for food … and each other!

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