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posted on Oct, 16 2008 @ 12:59 PM
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"VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Oct 16 (Reuters) - There has
been a second attempt in less than a week to bomb a natural gas
pipeline in northeastern British Columbia, police said on
Thursday.
The pipeline, near the town of Dawson Creek, was damaged in
the incident but did not rupture, the Royal Canadian Mounted
Police said. The pipeline is owned by EnCana Corp ECA.TO.
Details remained sketchy, but police said the incident
happened either late Wednesday or early Thursday, and appeared
to be similar to an attempt to bomb a pipeline in the Dawson
Creek area on Saturday.
(Reporting Allan Dowd, Editing by Peter Galloway)
((allan.dowd@thomsonreuters.com; 1+604 664 7314; Messaging:
allan.dowd.reuters.com@reuters.com))
Keywords: CANADA PIPELINE/BOMB


Thu Oct 16 17:42:49 2008 -GMT- pnac (nN16404505) = 1 17:42"

Further, to me it is no coincidence that power mysteriously went out on the entire lower half of Vancouver Island at precisely 6PM on Turkey day last Monday affecting about 300,000 people - and - BC Hydro has yet to provide any explanation as to the cause.

Maybe it was a conspiracy by the Pizza chains, I heard they did record volumes that night.




posted on Oct, 16 2008 @ 01:04 PM
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It is possible that it is another Weebo Ludwig in the making. Some people just don't like the big energy companies.



posted on Oct, 16 2008 @ 01:16 PM
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"The pipeline, near the town of Dawson Creek, was damaged in
the incident but did not rupture, the Royal Canadian Mounted
Police said. The pipeline is owned by EnCana Corp ECA.TO.
Details remained sketchy, but police said the incident
happened late on Wednesday or early Thursday, and appeared to
be similar to an attempt to bomb a pipeline in the Dawson Creek
area on Saturday.
Police did not identify the pipeline, but said it was in
the same area as the first incident and involved a 12-inch
EnCana pipeline carrying sour gas to its Steep Rock gas plant.
The second attempt was discovered on Thursday by pipeline
workers who found a crater under the line.
Police were already investigating if the weekend explosion
was linked to a letter sent to media in the Dawson Creek area
last week that warned the energy industry to leave northern
British Columbia. The letter did not make specific threats.
The RCMP's anti-terrorism unit has joined the
investigation, but police believe the incident is local in
nature.
(Reporting Allan Dowd, Editing by Peter Galloway)
((allan.dowd@thomsonreuters.com; 1+604 664 7314; Messaging:
allan.dowd.reuters.com@reuters.com))
Keywords: CANADA PIPELINE/BOMB


Thu Oct 16 18:03:18 2008 -GMT- pnac (nN16441451) = 1 18:03"



posted on Oct, 17 2008 @ 10:24 AM
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This is just a few hours from my town.

There seems to be a few bomb incidents around here lately, with the incident a week ago, and now this one, along with this story where a bomb was thrown through a store window in my town.
www.princegeorgecitizen.com...

I agree with the OP, I also think the power outage on Vancouver Island smells fishy.

Things are heating up in this normally tranquil/boring corner of the earth.


[edit on 17-10-2008 by ben420]



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