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Nation to Nation: Pipelines and pushback



Nation to Nation
On this week’s episode, Nation to Nation interviews Fort McKay First Nation Chief Jim Boucher about his community’s success in Alberta’s energy sector.

Nation to Nation also interviews warrior Kanahus Manuel who is a veteran of the resource wars on both sides of the Medicine Line.

 

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5 Responses to “Nation to Nation: Pipelines and pushback”

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    bernie March 3, 2017 at 11:12 am #

    Oil is a good economic oppertunities for First Nations and not all Aboriginals are businesses that develop good economic businesses for them.

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    Jenn Tsun March 3, 2017 at 3:53 pm #

    An unemployed oil industry engineer was walking thru a big mall in Calgary when he spotted one of his colleagues working in the mall, cleaning floors. Forget the oil industry!!!

  3. leonie22@hotmail.com'
    Joan Janzen March 3, 2017 at 9:09 pm #

    Please consider solar power as a much better alternative than oil!

    Thanks for standing up Kanahus Manual.

  4. aurrora@shaw.ca'
    Richelle Collyer March 3, 2017 at 11:52 pm #

    This is Canada’s largest and most environmentally destructive mega-project ever and if we don’t rethink our dependency on this massive energy and water wasteful venture, then we will have much more to worry about than just our economy. https://www.youtube.com/shared?ci=mWghI7bdziA After watching this and many other documentaries and newspaper articles published on the Alberta tar sands I am in disbelief anyone from a First Nations would consider a pipeline.

  5. aurrora@shaw.ca'
    Richelle Collyer March 3, 2017 at 11:56 pm #

    This is Canada’s largest and most environmentally destructive mega-project ever and if we don’t rethink our dependency on this massive energy and water wasteful venture, then we will have much more to worry about than just our economy. https://www.youtube.com/shared?ci=mWghI7bdziA after watching this and many other documentaries and newspaper articles published on the Alberta tar sands I am in disbelief anyone from first nations would consider a pipeline. Especially in consideration this world is passing the ‘tipping point’ to have much hope of saving this our world/environment.

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