A massive crowd turned up today at Science World to express opposition to Enbridge's proposed Northern Gateway pipeline.
Many who attended brought signs telling Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Premier Christy Clark what they think of the project.
If the federal Joint Review Panel gives it the green light, the pipeline would ship oil from the Alberta tar sands to Kitimat. From there, about 200 tankers per year would travel through Queen Charlotte Sound and along the Great Bear Rainforest to take the petroleum to foreign export markets.
Below, you can see what some of the demonstrators think of that idea. (Click photos to enlarge.)