News Release

Response to Ottawa: Net zero is a worthy goal, but so is Indigenous reconciliation

The following is a response from the First Nation LNG Alliance to the federal discussion paper “Options to Cap and Cut Oil and Gas Sector Greenhouse Gas Emissions to Achieve 2030 Goals and Net-Zero by 2050.” Ottawa invited “input on the design and implementation of an approach to cap and cut emissions from the sector.” …

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Alliance hopes for Wet’suwet’en path forward

The First Nations LNG Alliance is pleased to hear of the proposed agreement reached in meetings of the federal and provincial governments and Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs. The Alliance now hopes for further progress as the agreement is brought to the Wet’suwet’en people in the coming days. We look for it to provide a path forward …

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We respond to BC’s human rights commissioner

The following is our open letter to BC’s human rights commissioner, Kasari Govender, in response to her letter to us of 23 January 2020. It all centres on First Nations issues related to construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline. Dear Commissioner: Re: Your letter of January 23, 2020 This is in response to your above …

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Our declaration to the City of Victoria: no meddling in Wet’suwet’en affairs

The City of Victoria voted on 24 Jan. 2020 to demand that BC and Ottawa halt construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline, in a city resolution labelled ‘Declaration of Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en People.’ Our response:  A declaration on the audacity of a city government to meddle in the affairs of First Nations, having done nothing …

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