Drilling at proposed LNG terminal starts despite First Nation opposition

You know, if another country like Iran or Iraq were to come here and do to Canada or the United States what the energy companies are doing to the First Nations/Native Americans, there would be war!

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Drilling ship at work off Lelu Island, Sept 15, 2015. Drilling ship at work off Lelu Island, Sept 15, 2015.

Prince Rupert Port Authority orders protesters to stay 50 metres away from marine work

By Gordon Hoekstra, Vancouver Sun,September 15, 2015
Petronas-led Pacific NorthWest LNG has started test drilling off of Lelu Island, location of its proposed $11.4-billion liquefied natural gas terminal in northwest B.C., despite First Nation opposition.

Members of several First Nations — including the Lax Kw’alaams and the Gitxsan — appeared to stop drilling on the weekend, but the presence of Prince Rupert Port Authority boats has allowed the work to start, Lax Kw’alaams First Nation hereditary chief Don Wesley, also known as Sm’oogyet Yahaan, said Tuesday.

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