Mackenzie pipeline must come with aboriginal benefits
Northwest Territories Premier Stephen Kakfwi sees progress across a wide front, but insists on federal help to provide infrastructure and services, along with revenue-sharing deal
PNA Canadian Correspondent
Northwest Territories Premier Stephen Kakfwi is emphatic that the Mackenzie Valley gas pipeline “is going to be built.”
But he is just as adamant that it will be “done right,” which means the benefits of Arctic gas development must allow aboriginal governments in the Northwest Territories to share....
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