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New Brunswick chiefs unified to ensure province consults over shale gas – National Observer

July 30th 2019

New Brunswick’s Indigenous leaders are again expressing their concerns about consultations with the province’s Progressive Conservative government around shale gas development.

In a news release, the province’s 15 Mi’kmaq and Wolastoqey chiefs says they are officially putting the provincial government on notice that they will continue efforts to protect the lands, water, and resources of New Brunswick.

The chiefs say they are committed to taking a “strong and unified stand” in ensuring the Crown meets its consultation obligations.

In June, the chiefs issued a warning after learning the government of Premier Blaine Higgs quietly passed regulatory changes that would allow the extraction of hydrocarbons through the process known as fracking, in the Sussex area.

Read More: https://www.nationalobserver.com/2019/07/30/news/new-brunswick-chiefs-unified-ensure-province-consults-over-shale-gas

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