Feb 13, 2020

Wet’suwet’en members back to work on Coastal GasLink pipeline


At least two dozen Wet’suwet’en workers will be on the job as Coastal GasLink restarts pipeline work along the Morice River Service Road in northern B.C.

The pipeline project is supported by five of six elected Wet’suwet’en band councils, representing a quarter of the B.C. First Nations bands that have signed letters of support for the pipeline in exchange for financial, employment and training benefits.

The company has promised $1 billion in benefits to First Nations along the 670-km route.

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