Prime Minister Justin Trudeau flew to British Columbia to meet with members of the Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee for the Trans Mountain expansion pipeline project in Cheam B.C. Tuesday.
The committee was put together in January and consists of eleven different First Nation communities along the pipeline route.
It provides advice about a broad range of issues including environmental and socio-economic outcomes and safety.
Trudeau was met by a group of about 30 water protectors carrying signs and drumming.