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B.C.'s First Nations on the proposal for the Enbridge Pipeline

All week we've been hearing about BC getting its fair share from the Northern Gateway pipeline. It's one of the conditions Premier Christy Clark has laid out. Well today, some first nations groups in this province say there are some things far more important than money. The Yinka Dene are a group of five First Nations in BC's interior. They hold more than 25% of the proposed pipeline route in their territories and are the leading opponents of the Northern Gateway project. Terry Teegee is the Tribal Chief of the Carrier Sekani Tribal Council.

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