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Robin Junger speaks to Business In Vancouver on the Coastal GasLink Pipeline

News Jan 9, 2019

Robin Junger, an aboriginal and environmental law expert at McMillan LLP, was interviewed by Business In Vancouver (BIV) on the Coastal GasLink pipeline issue. He said that either elected or hereditary leaders can represent their people in rights and title issues. It all depends on who the First Nation members themselves grant authority to represent them.

“If the First Nation itself has decided that it wants the band to represent it in relation to rights and title issues, then other parties will accept the band as doing so, but the First Nation will have to give it that authority,” he said.

Read the full BIV story.


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