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Benefits agreement asks First Nation to discourage members from hindering B.C. pipeline project

Worksite for Coastal GasLink pipeline

Community members and legal experts are concerned about provisions in benefit agreements between First Nations and companies that ask leadership to dissuade their community members from speaking out against the project.

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