First Nations LNG Alliance Newsletter – April 22, 2021

LNG and the Haisla: Much more than jobs: The coronavirus pandemic has thrown more than a few crimps into work and hiring along the Coastal GasLink pipeline route, and at the LNG Canada site at Kitimat. But CGL expects soon to have some 3,000 people on the job — and employment is still the Number One benefit that the Haisla Nation has received from the LNG projects.

Newsletter: Congratulations to Susannah Pierce

After a long rest, our newsletter is back. We’ll aim to keep it up on a regular basis. Congratulations to Susannah Pierce Our best wishes to Susannah Pierce, a long-time friend and supporter of the Alliance, as she settles into her new role: Shell Canada country chair, and in charge of decarbonization efforts for Shell …

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Newsletter: Chief Crystal’s friends, fans, and followers

Looking at our social-media pages, it’s easy to tell who has big numbers of friends, fans, and followers: Chief Councillor Crystal Smith of the Haisla Nation (above); that’s who. There were flurries of congratulations and approval when we announced her selection as chair of our First Nations LNG Alliance: • “Congratulations to this strong Haisla …

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Newsletter: Alliance prominent at LNG conference

Alliance leaders won applause from a record-sized audience at the seventh annual Canada Gas and LNG conference in Vancouver May 21-23. They were indeed “front and centre” as the Resource Works Society reported, in a story that said: “Indigenous people made it clear what LNG development means to their communities as well as all of …

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