First Nation will challenge BC Long Term Royalty Agreement

VANCOUVER, June 10, 2015 /CNW/ - Blueberry River First Nations have instructed their lawyers to challenge Minister Coleman's decision to enter into a Long Term Royalty Agreement with Progress Energy, a subsidiary of Petronas. The natural gas produced under the agreement would supply the Pacific NorthWest LNG facility. The agreement requires Progress to invest billions of dollars in a massive industrial program in the core of Blueberry River territory, which will seriously harm their treaty rights. BC failed to consult Blueberry River on this momentous strategic decision.

SOURCE Blueberry River First Nations

For further information: Nathan Hume, Ratcliff & Company LLP, 604-998-1138,

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