First Nations look to prosper from port project

Kelly, Rudy
March 2006
Raven's Eye;Mar2006, Vol. 9 Issue 9, p2
The article reports on the construction of the new Prince Rupert Container Port, which will provide an economic development in Northern British Columbia. Lax Kw Alaams and the Metlakatala band, the two closest First Nations villages to Rupert filed a court application, requesting the court's hold-over order of the project until proper consultation between the federal government and Western Economic Diversification is held.


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