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We sometimes look back with a told-you-so smile at the solemn declarations of former BC Green Party leader Andrew Weaver about LNG in BC: “LNG isn’t going to happen; I…

The Alliance is taking a serious dive into the impact and effects of LNG and pipeline development on First Nations along the Coastal GasLink route and near the LNG Canada…

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…

It takes more than just dreams and desire to get a job in the LNG field in BC. Two more Ds apply: determination and doggedness. LNG-sector employers long ago offered…

The First Nations LNG Alliance seeks a videographer to conduct and shoot occasional interviews in northern and northeastern BC. On a per-shoot contract, the videographer will conduct and record an…

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.

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.

Some First Nations leaders have successfully put heat on Ottawa to speed up Bill C-15, Canada’s UNDRIP legislation. The government responded by putting a time limit on the first round…

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…

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…

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First Nations LNG Alliance Newsletter