Aboriginal Law Report for the week ending November 22, 2015 – First People’s Law

by ahnationtalk on November 24, 2015454 Views

November 22, 2015

Indigenous opposition to the proposed Energy East pipeline continued to intensify and now includes a proposal for a Canada-wide Indigenous treaty against tar sands expansion.

  • Kanesatake seeks to solidify Indigenous Treaty against Energy East with sacred items
  • Kanesatake grand chief hopes to build opposition, raise cash for pipeline fight
  • Draft Treaty Against Tar Sands Expansion

The federal government’s plan to impose a ban on crude oil tankers on British Columbia’s north coast is causing industry consternation and reviving alternative proposals.

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