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“In the study of issues and concerns related to the environment, it is important to stay current and have students engage with issues relevant to their communities.” 
Ministry of Education, Environmental Learning and Experience An Interdisciplinary Guide For Teachers (2007)

“We do not, at Enbridge, want to be involved in a project that is opposed (to) and of concern to others.”
Patrick Daniel, CEO, Enbridge, 2009

“We cannot risk the health of our land and future generations for short term financial gain.”
Chief Larry Nooski, Nadleh Whut’en

Oil companies are extracting the dirtiest form of oil from our lands, and we fear it is killing us.”
George Poitrois, Mikisew Cree, Fort Chipewyan 

PDF file; Acrobat Reader required. Resources are in PDF format.

  1. Bottled Water Free Day poster. This PDF version is available for printing.
  2. What we stand to lose poster. This PDF version is available for printing.
  3. Fact sheets
  4. Lesson Plans 
  5. Students Have a Voice: Take Action 
  6. In-depth resources for the classroom 

The Northern Gateway Project is an emerging issue, and resources, lesson plans, and actions are produced and organized by the BCTF social justice program on an ongoing and current basis. If you have links or other valuable learning aids you would like to see included here, please e-mail Thank you for your interest and input.