Deh Cho: No conservation, no pipeline
This time the last aboriginal holdout against the Mackenzie gas pipeline project has the backing of four environmental groups
By Gary Park
For Petroleum News
The Deh Cho First Nation has issued another ultimatum to the Canadian government — either a sprawling area of the Northwest Territories is set aside as a conservation area or there will be no gas pipeline along the Mackenzie Valley.
And this time the aboriginal community has the backing of four....
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