The mayor of Fort St. John, B.C. writes about why she supports Project Reconciliation

Lori Ackerman, the mayor of Fort St. John, B.C., wrote a column in the Vancouver Sun about why she welcomes TMX being approved. And why she also supports Indigenous ownership of it.

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A column in the Hill Times, about the sea change in thinking that Indigenous ownership represents

Our Executive Chair and Founder, Delbert Wapass, reacts to the federal government's approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. He wrote a column in the Parliamentary newspaper the Hill Times about what a sea change in thinking Indigenous ownership represents.

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An article in Policy Magazine about Project Reconciliation

Recently, we wrote an article in Policy Magazine about the benefits of Project Reconciliation and the difference we can make in Indigenous peoples' lives across Western Canada.

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BBC World Service interviews our Executive Chair on the government's support for Indigenous ownership

It was big news when the federal government said it supported up to 100% Indigenous ownership of TMX. How big? It got the BBC World Service's attention.

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A column by a University of Calgary columnist about what the federal government’s support of Indigenous ownership could mean

When the federal government approved the Trans Mountain expansion in June, it said it supported Indigenous ownership—up to 100%. Harrie Vrendenburg writes about what a difference that could make.

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Columnist David Staples writes about how Indigenous ownership of TMX would be a game-changer

Staples writes about how Indigenous ownership of the Trans Mountain pipeline turns the stereotypical debate about building energy infrastructure on its head.

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The Calgary Herald’s Chris Varcoe writes about the growing momentum for Indigenous ownership of TMX

Varcoe writes, “Imagine First Nations across Western Canada being able to buy the lion’s share of the Trans Mountain pipeline from the federal government. Now, imagine it builds greater acceptance for the project.”

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Delbert Wapass welcomes the government’s support of Indigenous ownership of TMX on Global TV

Our Executive Chair and Founder talks to Global TV about the good news that the federal government supports up to 100% Indigenous ownership of the Trans Mountain pipeline.

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The CBC analyzes how Indigenous ownership of TMX could be a game-changer

"Ownership gives First Nations a role in protecting the environment," Delbert Wapass said in an interview Tuesday. "To me it is a game-changer. It's the ability to change the narrative in our communities, using economic development as a path forward."

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The Globe and Mail notes growing Indigenous interest in owning TMX

That Indigenous-led groups are included in reaction to a pipeline announcement is evidence how the conversation is changing.

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