In one of the most unexpected developments in recent years, numerous First Nations have recently come out in favour of both the construction of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline and, more surprisingly to most Canadians, have indicated a desire to buy all or part of the now-nationalized project. For people in the field, this is not surprising. Instead, it is the logical extension of a steady expansion in the role of Indigenous peoples in the oil and gas industry in Canada.
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