All 20 elected First Nations governments along the corridor, including 5 Wet’suwet’en bands support the pipeline

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

ACTIVIST CLAIM: BNN Bloomberg airs clip from fringe activist claiming there is no Wet’suwet’en consent for Coastal GasLink

THE FACTS:   All 20 elected First Nations governments along the corridor, including 5 Wet’suwet’en bands support the pipeline

THE SOURCES:

‘Coastal Gaslink project does not have consent from hereditary chiefs’ – Sleydo’ on Wet’suwet’en reaction to coastal gaslink protests


 


Stories that get it right

First Nations voices in support of Coastal GasLink project silenced by fear, says LNG Canada official

This article from 2020’s CGL protests sums up the issues at hand with Coastal GasLink activists. Many First Nations supporters of the project are often bullied and intimidated by activists.

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