Step forward for Mac line
Dene Tha get C$25M for economic, cultural concerns and promise to end litigation
For Petroleum News
The Canadian government has negotiated a C$25 million settlement with an aboriginal community of 2,500 in northwestern Alberta, laying the groundwork to resolve other First Nations’ disputes blocking progress on the Mackenzie Gas Project.
Indian Affairs and Northern Development Minister Jim Prentice....
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Dene Tha had been excluded from socio-economic funds
Other First Nations’ disputes
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