Corbella: Indigenous leaders ‘devastated’ by Biden’s predicted scrapping of KXL pipeline – Calgary Herald

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Corbella: Indigenous leaders ‘devastated’ by Biden’s predicted scrapping of KXL pipeline – Calgary Herald

by ahnationtalk on January 19, 202133 Views

‘It’s gotten to the point that unless you are far left or far right, your voice isn’t heard — only those polarized voices are heard but we’re here. We want this pipeline and I would like President Biden to know that, to understand that killing this project will be devastating to Indigenous people’

Jan 19, 2021

Devastating. That’s how Indigenous leaders describe the news that president-elect Joe Biden intends to kill the Keystone XL pipeline expansion on his first day in office.

Chief Alvin Francis, president of Natural Law Energy — which entered into a definitive agreement with Calgary-based TC Energy last November — said the news makes the future for his people much bleaker.

“I hope president-elect Biden doesn’t do that,” said Francis, the chief of the Nekaneet First Nation in southwestern Saskatchewan.

Read More: https://calgaryherald.com/opinion/columnists/corbella-indigenous-leaders-devastated-by-bidens-predicted-scrapping-of-kxl-pipeline

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