Tuesday, January 8, 2019


  Blatchford: My oh my, but there must be days when progressive Aboriginal leaders and the companies that genuinely try to do business with them must want to gnash their teeth and scream in frustration.
  Monday might have been one such, wherein a company — Coastal GasLink, operated by TransCanada Corp. — which appears to have done everything right ran up against the usual Canadian wall of impossibility, intransigence and fractured Indigenous loyalties.
  This time it’s about two protest camps set up to thwart Coastal GasLink’s efforts to get to remote forest service roads near the town of Houston, about 1,000 kilometres north of Vancouver, and thereby gain access to the construction site of the company’s proposed natural gas pipeline.

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