First Nation spurns British Columbia LNG plan
For Petroleum News
Another LNG proposal for British Columbia has stumbled over First Nations opposition, despite the offer to build a liquefaction plant and tanker port on aboriginal land.
Of the 139 eligible members of the Tsawwassen First Nation in the Greater Vancouver region, 53 percent opposed plans that would ha....
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