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Video celebrates go-ahead for Cedar LNG project

From Cedar LNG, a project of the Haisla Nation and Pembina Pipeline, this video marks and celebrates the go-ahead decision for the project, in which the Haisla Nation is the majority owner. Watch it here: https://www.facebook.com/CedarLNG/videos/422518607445356 And some earlier videos: https://www.cedarlng.com/cedar-lng-announces-positive-final-investment-decision/

Blog: New ‘greenwashing’ law hits First Nations

By KAREN OGEN Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hailed the go-ahead decision by the Cedar LNG project, majority-owned by the Haisla First Nation in B.C.  He said it will be “the world’s lowest carbon footprint LNG facility.” We couldn’t agree more.  It was fantastic news that all Canadians should shout from the rooftops. But can we …

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Blog: Cedar LNG is ‘a path to economic independence’

The Haisla Nation and Pembina Pipeline Corporation are going ahead with the Cedar LNG project in B.C., with a target time of late 2028 for starting operations and exports. Crystal Smith, elected chief councillor of the Haisla, said: “With Cedar LNG, we have proven that Indigenous communities can successfully forge a path to economic independence and …

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Alliance congratulates Haisla Nation and partner on Cedar LNG decision

A message from Karen Ogen, Alliance CEO: The Alliance heartily congratulates the Haisla Nation, Cedar LNG, and Pembina Pipeline Corporation on their announcement that the Cedar LNG project will go ahead. The positive Final Investment Decision (FID) means a greater future for the Haisla People, bringing them opportunities and benefits and revenues. But it also …

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Newsletter: The Alliance speaks up for Indigenous LNG. And we link to Equitable Origin.

Our newsletter: 06 June 2024 The Alliance speaks up for Indigenous LNG Karen Ogen, CEO of our First Nations LNG Alliance, was a speaker June 5 at the Indigenous Partnerships Success Showcase event in Vancouver. Her keynote speech included this: “I see a day when First Nations in B.C. are doing far more than monitoring, …

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