Economic Reconciliation: The road ahead

In Part 4 of our series, Karen Ogen-Toews looks at the road ahead for economic reconciliation in Canada: ‘It will be a challenging journey.’

Chief Clifford White joins Alliance board

Clifford White (Nees Ma’Outa), the newest member of the Alliance board of directors, is both a hereditary leader and an elected chief councillor of the Gitxaala Nation.


.@lngcanada contractor Ledcor-Haisla will begin access road construction and haul gravel to the construction areas at Kitimat: #LNGinBC #LNG4Canada #bcpoli

RT @Resource_Works: Why we say there are big Asian export markets for #BC #LNG, and big returns for the province: #LNG4BC #bcpoli

'A key advantage of a #BC #LNG export industry is the proximity to Asian markets.' This from our second LNG factsheet, produced by the Centre for Environmental Assessment Research at #UBC. Download it here:

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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.