Simpcw First Nation in BC Wants to Renegotiate Benefits Deal on Trans Mountain Pipeline Project

Friday, December 7, 2018
Jorge Barrera
CBC News

Simpcw First Nation, about 80 kilometres north of Kamloops, BC, signed a mutual benefit agreement (MBAs) with Kinder Morgan when it owned the 1,500-km Trans Mountain pipeline. Now that the pipeline is owned by the federal government, the Simpcw First Nation is now looking to renegotiate its MBA. Trans Mountain has said it will honour all MBAs.

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