Deh Cho misses deadline
Won’t join pipeline group, demands access to agreements; Fort Liard in question
By Gary Park
For Petroleum News
The Deh Cho First Nations have chosen not join other aboriginal communities by taking an equity stake in the Mackenzie Gas Project, pushing their region closer to an internal division.
By failing to meet a July 31 deadline to become a full-fledged partner in the Aboriginal Pipeline Group, which hop....
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