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ChantelleBellrichard Jan 7
Hereditary chiefs say no access to territory without consent, calls on BC to address title "We are the title holders and the province must address the issue of our title if they want to gain access to our lands," said Na'moks
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ChantelleBellrichard Jan 7
Replying to @pieglue
CBC colleagues have been chasing many people for reax and comment. We got a reply from B.C. Energy Minister Michelle Mungall saying "On December 31, the Supreme Court of BC made a determination and its ruling confirmed the company is lawfully permitted to conduct their work..."
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ChantelleBellrichard Jan 7
Replying to @pieglue
"Construction activities have been taking place across northern B.C. for the last year, and it’s the provincial government’s role to ensure this work is in line with regulatory and legislative obligations..."
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ChantelleBellrichard Jan 7
Replying to @pieglue
"Any enforcement considerations related to the court’s ruling is an operational matter for the police to consider, independent of government..."
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ChantelleBellrichard
"We understand Coastal GasLink has reached out to the Unist’ot’en and Wet’suwet’en’s hereditary leaders in an effort to find a mutually agreeable path forward and we are hopeful all parties involved can find a peaceful resolution soon."
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ChantelleBellrichard Jan 7
Replying to @pieglue
"Separately, government remains engaged with the Office of the Wet’suwet’en, in government-to-government discussions that seek to meaningfully advance reconciliation. This work is broader than any specific project.”
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ChantelleBellrichard Jan 7
Replying to @pieglue
So as it stands - there doesn't seem to be a response to the Wet'suwet'en statements that they want to meet with decision makers - province, feds, RCMP - and not CGL.
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