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Alignment with Indigenous communities is the answer to completing energy projects: Chris Sankey for Inside Policy – MLI

January 22, 2024

Granby Groups proposed Floating LNG terminal in Northern BC is an example of how to get energy projects right

Alignment between Indigenous communities’ de-risks investment in natural resource and energy projects; investment, in turn, brings much-desired prosperity to those same Indigenous communities. Alignment means a nation-to-nation leadership relationship, completed without outside interference. It involves hereditary and the elected bodies working together to strengthen their relationship with neighboring First Nations. The goal is to work together as one voice for the common good of their respective communities.

Alignment between First Nations and industry is also essential. I have spent the better part of my career working to bring communities and industry together. Well-constructed bridges build durable relationships. Business is about relationships that foster trust, context, purpose and a clear vision.

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