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Environmental review hearings resume this week in Edmonton for the proposed Northern Gateway Pipeline.
And the company behind the project will finally have a chance to speak.
For the first time, Enbridge will be able to address the review panel on its controversial six billion dollar proposal to transport crude from Alberta to Kitimat.
The Calgary-based company says it has heard how people in the community, including first nations, are worried about a possible oil spill.
This, especially in the wake of a damning U-S report this summer into how Enbridge handled a spill into a Michigan river two years ago.
Final arguments for the proposal are set for next spring.