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Members of the Gitxsan First Nation opposed to the $5.5-billion Enbridge oil pipeline from Alberta to the British Columbia port of Kitimat warm themselves around a fire at ablockade of the Gitxsan Treaty Office in Hazelton, B.C., on Thursday January 12, 2012.
By Mark Hume, Justine Hunter, The Globe and Mail, April 21, 2014
Another crack has appeared in the government’s energy strategy, with a key native group in northern B.C. threatening “to stop discussions [regarding] any and all proposed pipeline development” in their territory.
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