22 Feb '15, 1pm

Photos: Inside the Fight to Save the Salish Sea | Earthjustice

A proposed tar sands pipeline through Western Canada threatens the Salish Sea—rich, abundant border waters shared by the U.S. and Canada—and the very existence and way of life of Native tribes located in the United States. The pipeline would end near Vancouver, but from there, massive oil tankers carrying toxic tar sands bitumen must thread their way through the waters of the Salish Sea along the U.S-Canada border, where an oil spill would destroy one of our nation's most valuable ecosystems. Four of these tribes, along with scores of First Nations and thousands of Canadians, are rising up to stop this pipeline. This is one pipeline fight you haven't heard about:

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