Assembly of First Nations Has Been Granted Intervenor Status

Friday, August 3, 2018
APTN National News

The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) has been granted intervenor status in the B.C. government’s court of appeal case on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project. The group received intervenor status in June, but waited until August to announce it. National Chief Perry Bellegarde stated that this case could have far-reaching implications for First Nations people. B.C. is in the center of the opposition against the project. 

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