Some Indigenous Groups Still Interested in Buying a Stake in the Trans Mountain Pipeline

Sunday, September 9, 2018
Laura Kane
CBC News

Indigenous groups in Fort McMurray, Alberta, say they still want to invest in the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project. They believe the court ruling gives the federal government the opportunity to do things the right way when it comes to consultation with Indigenous people. Some First Nations support the project. Thirty-three First Nations in B.C. signed mutual-benefits agreements with Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. before the expansion was taken over by the federal government.

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