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Gitxsan First Nation
B.C. First Nation expected to launch court challenge of LNG approval
Members of a B.C. First Nation are expected to launch another legal challenge of a massive liquefied natural gas project proposed for the province's north coast. Several hereditary chiefs with the...
The Canadian Press
Jan 10th, 2017
Gitxsan hereditary chief insists Enbridge deal has no support from communities
Anti-pipeline advocates adamant that Enbridge’s “good news” stories won’t shake strong opposition.
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