After a positive federal election result for the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline, Project Reconciliation is increasing efforts to buy the project.
Project Reconciliation Urges Parties Not to Use TMX and Indigenous Development as a Political Bargaining Tool
Today, the Chiefs and leaders of the Indian Resource Council are meeting in Edmonton to discuss reclaiming their authority over their own oil and gas resources. At the same time, Project Reconciliation and other consortia are working on Indigenous ownership of TMX, the twinning of the Trans Mountain pipeline from Edmonton, Alberta to Burnaby B.C.Read more
Vancouver - Traditional territory of xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish Nation), and səl̓ílwətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh)
Today, Project Reconciliation announced the start of a community listening tour through B.C. and Alberta. Grounded in tradition and respect for the importance of listening to Indigenous communities, Project Reconciliation began this important dialogue when it took part in the 43rd annual B.C. Elders Gathering.Read more
Project Reconciliation says when the federal government wants to talk about its proposal, it will be ready--as early as next week.Read more
Toronto, June 18—The federal government has made the right decision on expansion plans for the Trans Mountain pipeline, and its support for Indigenous peoples having an ownership stake is the right course.
That’s the message Project Reconciliation, an Indigenous-led group working to buy a majority interest in the pipeline and expansion project, had after the Cabinet announced its decision earlier today.Read more
Calgary, June 17—An Indigenous-led group that wants to buy a majority interest in the Trans Mountain pipeline and expansion project says the federal government must let the expansion proceed. A decision is expected to be delivered tomorrow.
Project Reconciliation says the government should also ensure Indigenous Peoples are included when the time comes to sell the pipeline.Read more
May 30, 2019, Vancouver – If Project Reconciliation succeeds in purchasing a significant interest in the Trans Mountain pipeline and expansion project (TMX) on behalf of participating Indigenous community partners, revenue can begin to flow to an innovative Sovereign Wealth & Reconciliation Fund.
Project Reconciliation is positioned to buy a 51-per cent stake in TMX. Indigenous communities in Alberta, B.C. and Saskatchewan are eligible and have been invited to participate.Read more