Hereditary chief supports BC gas pipeline

Helen Michelle (Skin Tyee Nation, Wet’suwet’en) says: ‘I’m just waiting for the shovel to get into the ground, let’s get on with our lives.’

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We had a busy December, with big online interest in our stories and guest columns about differences of opinion on the Coastal GasLink pipeline.


.@LNGindustry #LNGCanada to proceed despite opposition to feeder #pipeline: #LNGinBC #LNG4Canada #bcpoli

MT @BCLNGA: @NorthernView asked its readers if they support the protests against the natural gas @CoastalGasLink project - 65.5% said "No." #LNGinBC #bcpoli

RT @Resource_Works: @LNGCanada on #CoastalGasLink pipeline: 'Is there sufficient consultation with hereditary chiefs? The answer to that is, yes there is.’

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The First Nations LNG Alliance is a collective of First Nations who are participating in, and supportive of, sustainable and responsible LNG development in BC.


The Alliance is working to:

  • Increase positive LNG dialogue in First Nations communities
  • Communicate First Nations messages directly to First Nations audiences
  • Communicate balanced LNG information
  • Provide a venue for pro-development nations to interact, share knowledge and resources
  • Discuss environmental issues and priorities

Ultimately, the Alliance has been formed to provide education and information to nations around our province as they consider economic and resource development opportunities when it concerns LNG projects in their territories.

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To act as an advocate on behalf of First Nations. In order to do this we provide research and in-depth insight into the many issues and concerns surrounding LNG development in BC. We also seek to connect people with resources, information, support and materials to inform themselves and their members.