posted on Mar, 18 2008 @ 03:48 AM
Enjoy your stay at oil sands provincial park. Swim in our many tailing ponds!
A quick glance around the oil sands developments of northern Canada will show you that they exist around provincial park systems. The capability of
Saskatchewan's oil sands have hardly been explored, but a startling result is popping up. It looks like the "pay dirt" is around a provincial
Oil Sands Quest - Saskatchewan Oil Sands Exploration
See that green lined area? That is the Clearwater River Provincial Park.
The park is situated in the path of what could be huge opportunity for the oil business. And not only that park, but others.
Look at the proximity to the Athabasca Oil Sands
Can our greed for oil pass up something like the Athabasca Oil Sands (174 billion barrels crude bitumen) just because some lousy park nobody goes to
stands in the way?
Will governments be forced to allow exploration and extraction off of our provincial parks?
My money says they will be obliterated by the time my grandkids grow old.