Majority of northern B.C. native groups have signed, but Lax Kw’alaams balking at $1-billion industry-government dea
By Gordon Hoekstra, Vancouver Sun,May 11, 2015
VANCOUVER — The B.C. government revealed Sunday it has revenue-sharing agreements in place with 28 First Nations for planned pipelines meant to supply proposed billion-dollar LNG plants on the coast of B.C.
The province had publicly announced eight pipeline agreements with First Nations on four separate pipeline proposals in northwest B.C.