Apr 04, 2019

All parties agree that trust was key in bringing LNG Canada project to Kitimat

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Representatives from LNG Canada, TransCanada, and the Haisla Nation all agree that trust was a key in getting the LNG Canada project off the ground.

According to all three parties, the formation of trust is one of the key boundaries that must be overcome when working with Indigenous communities.

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