Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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PR03 - (Pipeline-Indigenous-Resist) (Alberta, BC note)

WINNIPEG. x-14s. Some indigenous leaders say they will continue to oppose pipeline projects such as Northern Gateway, even if the federal government gives its approval. Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, of the Union of British Columbia Chiefs, says the fight is far from over.

("...this issue.") (SOURCE:The Canadian Press)

TAG: Phillip was in Winnipeg, where many Manitoba chiefs signed on to a declaration that they will not allow pipelines, rail cars or other projects connected to the oilsands through their territory.

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PR02 - (Pipeline-Indigenous-Resist) (Alberta, BC note)

WINNIPEG. x-11s. Some indigenous leaders say they will fight any pipeline projects or other work connected to expanding the oilsands in Alberta. …

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