Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/First-Nations-Child-in-Alberta-27MZIFI8OZHB.htmlConceptually similarFirst Nations Chief in AlbertaGP02DF7Completed★★★★Greenpeace Staff in AlbertaGP02DF1Completed★★★★Air Monitoring in AlbertaGP02DF4Completed★★★★First Nations Children in AlbertaGP02DF3Completed★★★★Rainbow Pipeline Oil Spill in AlbertaGP02DEWCompleted★★★★Rainbow Pipeline Oil Spill in AlbertaGP02DEXCompleted★★★★Rainbow Pipeline Oil Spill in AlbertaGP02DF6Completed★★★★Rainbow Pipeline Oil Spill in AlbertaGP02DEJCompleted★★★★Rainbow Pipeline Oil Spill in AlbertaGP02DEKCompleted★★★★View AllGP02DF8First Nations Child in AlbertaA child looks out of a school's window. The school has been closed due to students and teachers getting sick after an oil spill near Little Buffalo. Families with small children live near the site of the oil spill. The Rainbow Pipeline's oil spill is the worst oil spill in Alberta for 35 years, dumping 28,000 barrels of oil into a wetland area at Evi, near Little Buffalo, close to the community of Little Buffalo in Lubicon Cree, First Nations traditional territory in the Peace River region. Rainbow Pipeline is owned by a Canadian subsidiary of Houston-based Plains All American Pipeline L.P.Locations:Alberta-Canada-North AmericaDate:6 May, 2011Credit:© Greenpeace / Rogue CollectiveMaximum size:3000px X 1996pxRestrictions:NO FUNDRAISINGKeywords:Accidents-Children-Climate (campaign title)-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Oil (fossil fuel)-Oil (Industry)-Oil spills-One person-Outdoors-Pipelines-Plains All American Pipeline-Schools-Toxics (campaign title)Shoot:Rainbow Pipeline Oil Spill in AlbertaCrews work to clean up at the Rainbow Pipeline oil spill, the worst in Alberta for 35 years, dumping 28,000 barrels of oil into a wetland area at Evi, near the community of Little Buffalo in Lubicon Cree First Nation traditional territory in the Peace River region, Alberta, Canada. The Rainbow Pipeline is owned by a Canadian subsidiary of Houston-based Plains All American Pipeline L.P.