Series of articles examines what meaningful consultation and economic reconciliation look like.
Vision document outlines industry’s huge potential to create new jobs and government revenues, while addressing emissions.
Video highlights opportunities in northern communities from well-paying jobs to self-determination.
Karen Ogen Toews of the First Nations LNG Alliance and Wet’suwet’en First Nation discusses COVID and economic reconciliation through energy projects that create jobs, investment and partnerships.
Independent study outlines many positive relationships and benefits across Canada arising from Indigenous engagement with the resource economy.
Bob Joseph of Indigenous Corporate Training discusses how to get it right when conducting Indigenous consultation on major energy projects.
Canada’s energy industry recognizes the unique perspectives and contributions of Indigenous peoples
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Susannah Pierce of LNG Canada discusses how their natural gas liquefaction project in Kitimat, B.C., will aid Canada’s economic recovery, battle climate change and advance Indigenous reconciliation.
Crystal Smith of the Haisla First Nation discusses how LNG and pipeline investments have helped reduce poverty, remove barriers and preserve traditional culture among the Haisla and their neighbours.