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  1. Jim Updegraff August 23, 2015

    Please note in my letter of May 29th to the AVA I discussed the plan for a liquefied natural gas ship terminal on land of the Lax-kw’alaams First Nation and were offered $1.15 billion for a pipeline on their land.The British Columbia government offered them a large amount of land. In brief they refused. Their community of 3,600 members lives is centered around salmon and they were afraid a leakage would destroy the salmon breeding grounds. The pipeline company sings the usual siren song about all the wonderful benefits they will receive. A siren song by born again liars.

    Since they did not sign a treaty they have to be consulted and accommodated. I have not seen any recent news regarding the status of any further conversations.

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