Pressure builds on LNG in B.C. 1st Nations threaten legal action
Bit by bit, British Columbia’s grand dream of using LNG exports to create 100,000 jobs and generate a windfall of C$1 trillion to make the province debt free by 2028 is losing its shine.
In the latest round of reversals, First Nations are threatening legal action unless they are fully consulted abou....
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