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“We did not know much about Jakarta then,” he confessed. “Only that it was the capital of a far-away country called Indonesia… But very soon we found out…”
“This application shows Enbridge has absolutely no respect for the values we hold dear. If Enbridge thinks Northwest residents will let them dam our salmon rivers, they are even more delusional than we thought,” said Friends of Wild Salmon chair Gerald Amos.
“Hiding behind a numbered company is dishonest and shows Enbridge’s continued unwillingness to communicate openly with our communities. Enbridge might paint a pretty picture in their television ads but behind the scenes is threatening our most precious resources.”Add a comment Add a comment Read more: Damming BC's Salmon Rivers: Enbridge Numbered Company Quietly Seeks Run of River License on Clore River
David Skillicorn, a professor in the School of Computing at Queen’s University, says this is one piece of the data-sharing relationship “that has always been carefully constructed.”
“The Americans will not use Canadians to collect data on U.S. persons, nor will any of the other Five Eyes countries,” Skillicorn says.
Britain and the US are the main two partners in the ‘Five-Eyes’ intelligence-sharing alliance, which also includes Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Until now, it had been generally understood that the citizens of each country were protected from surveillance by any of the others.