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January 12th, 2020
(Warning: This commentary is longer than articles that normally appear on media websites.)
Tensions continue to run high over the 670-kilometre Coastal GasLink pipeline project, which has been approved by the federal and B.C. governments, as well as by 20 elected First Nations councils along the route.
It’s become a defining moment not only in the evolution of Indigenous rights, but in the future of B.C.’s NDP government and Canada’s oil and gas industry.
That’s because this pipeline is a key part of a $40-billion capital project that includes the huge LNG Canada plant near Kitimat.
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