New Alliance of First Nations in B.C. Call for Scrutiny of Energy Projects

Globe and Mail: Ten First Nations leaders in northern British Columbia have formed a new alliance to draw attention to their environmental concerns that range from hydraulic fracturing to exporting liquefied natural gas. One project that is raising ecological alarm bells is Pacific NorthWest LNG, said Donnie Wesley, a hereditary chief of the Gitwilgyoots, one of nine allied tribes of the Lax Kw'alaams. Pacific NorthWest LNG, led by Malaysia's state-owned Petronas, wants to take natural gas from northeastern......

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