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The Fort Nelson First Nation media release issued April 18 2014 can be viewed here

Fort Nelson First Nation Chief Sharleen Gale hosted the First Nation Shale Gas-LNG Summit from April 14 to 16. It was the fourth summit held by First Nations in British Columbia that examined the impacts on the LNG industry.

Click here to read the article on the Alaska Highway New website.

Treaty 8 First Nations from Alberta, BC and the Northwest Territories are meeting in Fort Nelson, BC this week.

On the agenda is striking a balance between a traditional way of life and the fast pace of shale gas exploration.

On Wednesday, the Fort Nelson First Nation put the BC government on notice citing a back room move that goes against their treaty right and kicked them out of the meeting.

Click here to watch the video on the APTN website.

Tensions between First Nations and the BC government over LNG has reached a new high when earlier this month, the BC government passed an order without consultation from First Nations. We speak to Sharleen Gale, chief of the Fort Nelson First Nation.

Click here to go to CBC website and download the Podcast.

The Bill Good Show from Friday April 18, 2014

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Fort Nelson First Nation Declaration dated April 16, 2014

In the territory of the Fort Nelson First Nation, industry, government and BC First Nations leadership gathered at "ground zero" of BC's LNG Strategy. We gathered to see the impacts of the shale gas industry first hand and to discuss a path forward for governing our territories and transforming how the oil and gas industry does business in our lands.

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