In Support of Aboriginal Businesses in the Resource Sector in Canada

Join me in cheering on our aboriginal communities in Canada who drive their own destiny in the resource sector, including oil and gas, mining and other industries. I’m tired of seeing some communities be used for the agenda of environmental activists instead of respected and honoured. When aboriginal communities succeed, we all succeed, whether in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, or other provinces in Canada. What do you think?

“‘Sickening’: First Nations left empty-handed as environmentalists pressure kills B.C. energy projects” by Claudia Cattaneo, Financial Post, November 16, 2017

“High price of buying in: Oil-friendly Indigenous groups are disparaged as ‘sellouts’” by Kyle Edwards, Maclean’s, March 14, 2019

“‘Eco-colonialism’: Rift grows between Indigenous leaders and green activists” by Claudia Cattaneo, Financial Post, January 4, 2018

“Campaign against Alberta oilsands not helping environment, argues researcher”, CBC News, November 9, 2018

“First Nation, Metis pro oil rally in Alberta stresses energy industry is vital for them” by Chris Stewart, AFTN News, February 11, 2019

“We are First Nations that support pipelines, when pipelines support First Nations” by Stephen Buffalo, Financial Post, September 13, 2018

“First Nations group proposes oil pipeline that protects indigenous rights” by Ashifa Kassam, The Guardian, September 8, 2018

Vivian Krause documentary now available for free. Brian Zinchuk, Pipeline News, Oct 17, 2019

“What do First Nations really think about Trans Mountain?” by Tristin Hopper, National Post, April 19, 2018

“2 Indigenous leaders explain why they are on opposing sides of the Trans Mountain debate” by Amanda Connolly, Global News, May 5, 2019

“Trans Mountain pipeline: Why some First Nations want to stop it — and others want to own it” by Nick Purdon and Leonardo Palleja, CBC News, October 5, 2019

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