Indigenous communities and organizations that join Project Reconciliation in the majority ownership of the Trans Mountain pipeline and expansion will be reaping the benefits for the next 70 years, said Gregory John, vice president of Indigenous relations for the private enterprise.Read more
There are as many as half a dozen Indigenous groups interested in an equity stake in the Trans Mountain pipeline and its expansion project from Alberta to the coast, and Shane Gottfriedson wants his bid to emerge as the winner.Read more
An Indigenous-led pro-pipeline group made its pitch in the B.C. Legislature Wednesday for a majority stake in the Trans Mountain pipeline.
The group, which calls itself Project Reconciliation, was represented by Shane Gottfriedson, the former chief of the Tk'emlups First Nation in Kamloops, who is the B.C. director of the group.
"It is high time that First Nations look at economic sovereignty, look at economic reconciliation," said Gottfriedson at the legislature.Read more
A First Nations-led group is planning on making a $6.8-billion bid to become a majority stakeholder in the Trans Mountain pipeline. Delbert Wapass, executive chairman of Project Reconciliation, tells BNN Bloomberg the group's priority is to ensure First Nations have a voice in the project.Read more