First Nations LNG Alliance

Newsletter: Women in trades, LNG Canada expansion, Woodfibre LNG is a go

  New Fact Sheets explore issues Now on the Alliance website, three new informative Fact Sheets: Women in Trades: There are vast opportunities for women in the trades. Many of these opportunities are particularly suited to Indigenous women in northern B.C. This Fact Sheet provides an introduction to the potential for training and work in …

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Crystal Smith: If Mark Ruffalo cared about First Nations like mine, he’d defend natural gas projects

Our Alliance chair, Chief Crystal Smith of the Haisla Nation, in National Post: If Mark Ruffalo cared about First Nations like mine, he’d defend natural gas projects We have negotiated agreements which have built the Haisla’s capacity to employ our people, to rediscover our language, and to reconnect with our traditional ways Recently the likes …

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Outreach session: Safe and inclusive work spaces

Our 10th Outreach and Diversity session, on 23 March 2022, looked at safe and inclusive work spaces. The speakers: Stewart Cameron (Kiwitinohk Acahkos) of the Saulteau First Nation in BC and president of Maugwa Energy; Michael Gibb, director of health, safety, security and quality at Coastal GasLink; and Budd Phillips, manager of prevention field services …

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