Indigenous ownership of TMX is win-win-win

Alberta Liberal Leader David Khan wrote a column in the Edmonton Journal about how Indigenous ownership of TMX is a win-win-win scenario.

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Back indigenous ownership of TM pipeline now

CEO Sharon Watkins wrote a column in The Calgary Herald in support of Indigenous ownership of the Trans Mountain pipeline and the economic benefits it will bring to Canada.

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Métis can be a bridge for a more prosperous Indigenous future

Gregory Johns, our VP for Indigenous Relations and Engagement, writes in Strathmore Today (Alberta) about how Métis people can help be a bridge to a more prosperous future for all Indigenous peoples by owning TMX.

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Not too early to show interest

Some say it's premature to submit an offer to buy TMX. Project Reconciliation disagrees, and Executive Chair Delbert Wapass explains why in a letter to the editor of The Globe and Mail.

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The CBC lets people know our listening tour is about to begin

Here's a story from the CBC about our listening tour that begins in Kamloops in mid-August.

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Our environmental advisor on the benefits of Indigenous ownership

Our marine and environmental advisor, Dr. Michelle Corfield, wrote in the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix about the benefits of Indigenous ownership of TMX. Read more here.

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The PM reiterates his support for Indigenous ownership of TMX

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was asked about Project Reconciliation's proposal to buy TMX at a recent press conference. Here's what he had to say.

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Breaking! We're ready to share our bid proposal when the government wants to talk

Here's some big news. When the government wants to review proposals to buy TMX, we'll be ready--as early as next week. Our Managing Director, Stephen Mason, spoke to Thomson Reuters about how momentum is building. 

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Ensuring women and girls are safe as TMX is built

Michelle Corfield, our marine and environmental advisor, spoke with Windspeaker about how a better job can be done keeping women and girls safe when construction on TMX begins.

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Two respected voices at the Macdonald-Laurier Institute add their support for Indigenous ownership of TMX

Stephen Buffalo is a senior fellow with the Macdonald-Laurier Institute (MLI) and president of the Indian Resource Council (IRC); and Joseph Quesnel is program manager of MLI’s Aboriginal Canada and the Natural Resource Economy (ACNRE) project. They, too, want Indigenous ownership of TMX.

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