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British Columbian First Nation Expresses Concern with Proposed LNG Vessel Traffic

A First Nation, the Git’gat band of Hartley Bay in British Columbia, has expressed concern with a recent agreement between a natural gas pipeline developer, the provincial government, and two of the other First Nations regarding the Pacific Trail Pipelin
April 19, 2009

A First Nation, the Git’gat band of Hartley Bay in British Columbia, has expressed concern with a recent agreement between a natural gas pipeline developer, the provincial government, and two of the other First Nations regarding the Pacific Trail Pipeline. A leader for the Git’gat band told the Canadian Press (carried via Lexis Nexis [subscription required]) that the agreement with First Nations did not include his community even though LNG vessels would pass along the band’s coastline.

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