Not all First Nations support UNDRIP, and want more engagement

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This is a news compilation setting the record straight on the day’s top anti-oil and gas stories and providing research and facts to counter misinformation about the oil and gas industry.

News Headline:

Broadbent’s Press Progress sensationalized a level-headed call from CAPP to pause the UNDRIP bill during the pandemic to ensure proper consultation.
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The Facts:

Not all First Nations support UNDRIP and want more engagement


Here is a story that gets it right.

Line 3 and Line 5 pipelines in U.S. ‘absolutely critical,’ says Enbridge CEO

Al Monaco, CEO of Enbridge reinforced the necessity for the Line 3 and Line 5 pipelines at their AGM on Wednesday. The State of Michigan is expected to try and turn off Line 5’s taps next week as their Governor ordered it to last year. Enbridge isn’t giving up the fight. “The infrastructure assets we own as a company and the ones we’re developing and replacing, like this, and modernizing, I think are absolutely critical to the energy future no matter what the degree of change in the energy landscape is,” he said.

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