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Alliance welcomes approvals of Cedar LNG

The First Nations LNG Alliance welcomes the announcements that BC and Canada have approved the Haisla Nation’s $3-billion Cedar LNG project. “This is a tremendous achievement for the Haisla First Nation.”

Cedar LNG gets green lights from governments

Cedar LNG gets green lights from the BC and federal governments, with many conditions. And Haisla Nation tugs are named and blessed.

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#Indigenous Law Bulletin sees ‘significant changes’ coming after BC’s agreements with Blueberry River and other First Nations on land management and resource development: #bcpoli #fnpoli

World #LNG News
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