Coastal Gas Link is 100% supported by elected Indigenous Chiefs and is an important step toward reconciliation

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ACTIVIST CLAIM: Foreign funded Wilderness Committee Call to Action urges supporters to tweet at banks and accuse them of violating Indigenous rights.

THE FACTS: Coastal Gas Link is 100% supported by elected Indigenous Chiefs and is an important step toward reconciliation.

THE SOURCES:

Tweet the banks behind Coastal GasLink | Wilderness Committee


Here’s some facts and sources to have a reasoned conversation about Indigenous support for Coastal Gas Link:



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