Six north coast communities to be visited by Enbridge Review Panel in 2012

A number of North Coast communities will hearings from the Joint Review Panel that is conducting a review of the Enbridge project.

A number of North Coast communities will be getting a visit from the Joint Review Panel that is conducting a review of the Enbridge Northern Gateway project when the group hits the road again in 2012.

Prince Rupert, Queen Charlotte, Masset, Klemtu, Kitkatla and Hartley Bay are all on the list of hearings released earlier today. Some communities will be receiving more than one visit due to the number of registrants, with registered intervenors getting first priority and oral submissions from other participants following that.

The first meeting will be held in Kitimat on January 10, 2012, and the dates and venues for the North Coast hearings will be announced at a later date. Smithers and Terrace will also have hearings on the project.

More information on the panel can be found at

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