United Nations joins pipeline fight
UN says work should be stopped on pipeline, hydro dam, without Indigenous communities’ consent; Horgan rejects Coastal GasLink case
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Canada’s resource-based provinces and its energy industry are caught between a rock (in this case the United Nations) and hard place (based on a small splinter group of First Nations leaders in a remote corner of northern British Columbia) in a dispute that could determine the economic shape of the....
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Coastal GasLink pipeline
UN enters arena
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