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Shoot: Rainbow Pipeline Oil Spill in Alberta

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Crews 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.
Rainbow Pipeline Oil Spill in Alberta
5 May, 2011
Rainbow Pipeline Oil Spill in Alberta
Rainbow Pipeline Oil Spill in Alberta
5 May, 2011
Rainbow Pipeline Oil Spill in Alberta
Rainbow Pipeline Oil Spill in Alberta
5 May, 2011
Rainbow Pipeline Oil Spill in Alberta
Rainbow Pipeline Oil Spill in Alberta
6 May, 2011
Rainbow Pipeline Oil Spill in Alberta
Rainbow Pipeline Oil Spill in Alberta
6 May, 2011
Rainbow Pipeline Oil Spill in Alberta
First Nations Chief in Alberta
6 May, 2011
First Nations Chief in Alberta
Air Monitoring in Alberta
6 May, 2011
Air Monitoring in Alberta
First Nations Children in Alberta
6 May, 2011
First Nations Children in Alberta
Restrictions apply
First Nations Chief in Alberta
6 May, 2011
First Nations Chief in Alberta
Greenpeace Staff in Alberta
6 May, 2011
Greenpeace Staff in Alberta
First Nations Child in Alberta
6 May, 2011
First Nations Child in Alberta
Restrictions apply
First Nations Chief in Alberta
6 May, 2011
First Nations Chief in Alberta
Rainbow Pipeline Oil Spill in Alberta
6 May, 2011
Rainbow Pipeline Oil Spill in Alberta
Rainbow Pipeline Spill in Alberta
10 May, 2011
Rainbow Pipeline Spill in Alberta
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