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Outreach: Reconciliation is in the air

The Alliance’s third outreach session on 29 July 2021 drew participants from BC and Alberta, and focused on local governments’ roles in economic reconciliation with First Nations. Here are condensed remarks from Mayor Dale Bumstead of Dawson Creek BC, himself a member of the Métis Nation, and Councillor Charlie Rensby of Burns Lake BC: Mayor…

Thanks for survey responses

Thanks to all who took part in our survey on the impact of LNG and associated pipeline development in BC. A total of 1,192 people sent in entry forms. We are notifying the 20 winners of $100 gift cards, and they will have until 5pm PDT on 16 July 2021 to claim their prizes. The…

Please take our First Nations survey

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…

ISO: Contract videographer

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 interview with a selected First Nations or LNG leader, review the raw video with the Alliance, and then edit, caption, and package the recording, and…

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