Renewable energy and economic reconciliation: Indigenous people as key stakeholders
Decarbonization of the Canadian economy will present countless opportunities that will need to address the specific contexts of the Indigenous communities involved.
Protesters, pictured in Ottawa on Feb. 24, 2020, demonstrating against the Coastal Gas Pipeline. The federal government must lead by example and ensure that its own institutions are engaged in economic reconciliation, crucial for the creation and sharing of wealth across the country, write PSG Senator Michèle Audette and Ricky Fontaine. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade