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What impact is LNG and pipeline and industrial development having on First Nations communities along the Coastal GasLink/LNG Canada route in BC? What effects on the people? On employment? On procurement and doing business with contractors? Take our survey, please, at www.tinyurl.com/SurveyFNLNGA The First Nations LNG Alliance Diversity & Inclusion Project is conducting this survey …

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First Nations need access to capital — and the economy

Mark Podlasly of the First Nations Major Projects Coalition has been making the news as a champion for the rightful role of First Nations in the “mainstream economy.” To begin with, he says, they need access to capital to invest in projects in their territories, and to build true equity partnerships with resource developers. “Ottawa …

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Two First Nations propose BC LNG plants

As Lax Kw’alaams entrepreneur Chris Sankey says: LNG and resource development can mean “a massive transition” from poverty to good incomes for Indigenous people and communities. Looking to that kind of transition now are two First Nations in British Columbia, who propose development of LNG processing plants and export terminals on their territories. The latest …

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