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No benefits from Enbridge pipeline for First Nations

Nadleh Whut'en Territory - Fraser Lake, BC, Canada - The Nadleh Whut'en First Nation stands steadfast in its opposition to the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline project. As the flawed Joint Review Panel enters into final hearings, Enbridge is pr…

Is a made-in-B.C. review the best option? Environmental pipeline review would restore province's legal powers

Last week NDP leader Adrian Dix announced his commitment to a "made in B.C." environmental review of the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline and that decision was criticized in a recent Sun editorial. As an adviser to Mr. Dix on this issue, I wish…

“The Pipeline Offers Nothing But Cultural Demise” Our Time With The Nadleh

Nadleh, home to the Nadleh Whut’en First Nation, is located just a few kilometres down the road from Katrin Maclean’s cabin. We arrange to meet Anne Ketlo, the band’s Natural Resource Manager, at the band office. Spoiler alert: she’s probably the most hel…

Former MLA – and Enbridge VP – weighs in on Northern Gateway

There’s a lot of talk in British Columbia these days about Enbridge Inc. and its challenges advancing its Northern Gateway pipeline project. But Roger Harris offers something extra to the conversation. From 2008 to 2010, the one-term BC Liberal MLA for…

Enbridge and BC: Money Is Not The Issue

COAST SALISH TERRITORIES/VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA - In the wake of a large new Enbridge Pipeline oil spill that spilled 190,000 litres of oil in Wisconsin on Friday, BC leaders including First Nations, a municipal councillor, a former cabinet minister,…

First Nations to Enbridge: 'The war is on'

TORONTO – Scores of West Coast First Nations and supporters ended a colourful and noisy protest against a proposed Enbridge oil pipeline Wednesday with a declaration of war from one of their chiefs.

Chief Martin Louie of Nadleh Whut’en arrives at the Enbridge Inc. AGM

Chief Martin Louie of Nadleh Whut’en arrives at the Enbridge Inc. annual general meeting for shareholders in Toronto May 9, 2012.

“Our Land is Not for Sale”: Nadleh Whut’en Take Stand on Enbridge Pipeline

Nadleh Whut’en Territory/Fort Fraser, BC - Nadleh Whut’en First Nation invited members from their neighboring Carrier and Sekani First Nations to learn more about the impacts of the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline yesterday. Elders, Hereditary…