Conservation trumps pipeline
Deh Cho take decisive step in linking Mac gas project approval to its agenda
For Petroleum News
After years of bluster, rhetoric, ultimatums and legal ploys, it seems to have finally come down to an all-or-nothing demand from the Deh Cho First Nations.
The chances of unified aboriginal support for the Mackenzie Gas Project and perhaps the fate of the project itself ride on the outcome.
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Issue could be final straw
Previous government took first steps
Ominous undertones to initial response
Hopes for settlement have faded
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