Blueberry River First Nations Deal One Step In Building Long-Term Sustainability Into B.C. Montney

The agreement between the Blueberry River First Nations (BRFN) and B.C. government is just an interim step on the long road to reconciliation between the government and First Nations and towards building a sustainable natural gas industry in northeast B.C., government representatives told a packed house at the Canadian Society for Evolving Energy (CSEE) B.C. Day event in Calgary on Wednesday.

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