Activists silence Indigenous voices instead of respecting their sovereignty and right to partner in natural resource projects.

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Setting the record straight on the day’s top anti-oil and gas media stories

ACTIVIST CLAIM: Anti-LNG activists claim natural resource projects harm reconciliation efforts, even when Indigenous groups support them.

THE FACTS: Activists silence Indigenous voices instead of respecting their sovereignty and right to partner in natural resource projects.

THE SOURCES:

Canada chooses oil companies over Indigenous peoples

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Stories that get it right

US carbon hub developer, Carbonvert Inc., partners with participating Treaty Six First Nations, and Kanata Clean Power to address Alberta’s request for an equitable carbon sequestration hub proposal

Treaty Six First Nations are in the process of developing their own carbon tech hub alongside US partner Carbonvert Inc. The T6-Kanata CarbonHub will be owned by the “Treaty Six-Kanata Carbon Hub Limited Partnership,” through which participating Métis and Treaty Six First Nations will be the majority owners of a key carbon reduction infrastructure project in their traditional territory.

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