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Photo: Bernardine Coleman
Bernardine Coleman, O’Chiese Nation

Alliance welcomes new member

The newest member is the O’Chiese First Nation, who number approximately 1,600 and reside near Rocky Mountain House, Alberta.

Photo: Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland

Blog: Loan program coming, and welcome

Ottawa’s move to help Indigenous Peoples fund investments in resource and energy projects is coming, and will allow for equity investment in oil, gas, LNG, and related initiatives.

LNG jobs and business

To explore information on LNG jobs, and doing business, and possibilities with potential employers and contractors, here are some useful pages:

MT @Events_N2N: A few spots have opened up for our Women's Gathering at Prince Rupert on Thursday and Friday (April 25-26). Registration is extended until the spots are filled.
Register at

MT @Enbridge: On #EarthDay, we celebrate environmental achievements. We have a 20+ year history of investing in renewables:
💨 23 wind farms
☀️ 15 solar projects
🏡 These can generate electricity to power up to 1.1M homes!

MT @IRN_Indigenous: Poll: #Indigenous Peoples support responsible resource development by 3:1. Let's aim for informed dialogue and inclusive decisions as we navigate these discussions. Read more here:

First Nations LNG Alliance Newsletter