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Tsleil-Waututh, Squamish nations are among those now weighing their legal options
He did not commit to joining any potential legal action, but said the province would if it was in the best interest of B.C.
Approval of expansion comes with eight new accommodation measures to address First Nations concerns
Political, business and Indigenous leaders across the country react to the prime minister's decision to proceed with the pipeline expansion
Poll released the day before a decision is expected on Trans Mountain suggests uptick in support
Peace region water levels expected to continue falling
One-third of Alberta crude exports went to China in 2018: StatsCan
Geotechnical work can proceed, but Taseko still doesn’t have federal approval for copper mine
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Pro-pipeline First Nations groups could be competing for Trans Mountain