Ta'Kaiya, whose name means "Shallow Waters," is a young girl who wrote a song about the ocean.
She felt compelled to do something when she learned about a plan to pipe oil from Alberta's tar sands to British Colombia's north coast.
The Great Bear Rainforest, which the supertankers would pass through, is an ecologically sensitive area and she feels it's important for people to speak out to protect the ocean.
"If we do nothing, it will all be gone," she sings.
Ta'Kaiya's song was sent to federal MPs asking them to change their plans and stop oil tanker traffic on B.C.'s coast and in waters around the world.
Listen to Ta'Kaiya's song.