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Page 1 of 4 Due Date: April 8, 2019 To: Arthur Clarke < [email protected] > From: Jazmine Chhabra, Mary Rose Jensen, Thi Minh Hieu Nguyen, Sophia Selenge < [email protected] > Subject: Pipelines of Canada Report Dear Mr. Clarke, Here is the report on the pipelines of Canada you have requested from the Research & Development Department at your company Clarke & Sons Investors for the Pipeline Investor Conference, April 8, 2019. As per request, we have highlighted the background and stance on each party involved in the pipelines of Canada. The parties involved environmentally are first nations & aboriginals of Canada and environmental groups; economically are the Canadian government and the oil industry. [topics in each section] Our report should provide enough information for you and other investors to make the decision on whether or not you would wish to invest in the pipelines of Canada. Findings Environmental First Nations & Aboriginals Some people acknowledge the expansion of the pipeline but others are against it. “But Indigenous leaders are increasingly upset with how the whole process has unfolded. Last year, they note, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised a renewed nation-to-nation relationship with Indigenous people, declaring: "No relationship is more important to our government and to Canada than the one with Indigenous peoples." He promised to uphold treaties and respect the principle of free, prior and informed consent for development as required by the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples” (Edwards Kyle,2017, pp. 11–12). EDWARDS, K. (2017). Tiny houses for a big battle. Maclean’s , 130 (10), 11–12. Retrieved from ? url=? direct=true&db=aph&AN=125516801&site=eds-live&scope=site Most first nation groups of BC expresses their opinions and are against the pipeline; claiming that the pipeline will have more environmental effects than to the economy.
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