Funding resource projects help create economic opportunities in Indigenous communities.

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

ACTIVIST CLAIM: Queen’s Journal editorial board makes the claim that RBC doesn’t care about Indigenous people due to its investment in resource projects like Coastal GasLink.

THE FACTS:  Funding resource projects help create economic opportunities in Indigenous communities. 

THE SOURCES:

RBC doesn’t care about Indigenous reconciliation or the climate crisis. The money proves it.

 

 


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