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Clark confident despite potential rejection of LNG deal

BC Premier Christy Clark says her government remains confident that an agreement for a proposed liquefied natural gas project near Prince Rupert can be reached.

The Lax Kw’alaams band appears poised to reject a billion-dollar deal for the Pacific NorthWest LNG project after two of three votes saw unanimous opposition.

Clark says bumps in the road are to be expected.

Tuesday is the final day of voting by the 3700-member band.

The Lax Kw’alaams Chief and Council will make the final decision on the agreement.

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2 comments

  1. Feels confident? bumps in the road? Seems the government is using a magnifying glass to pinpoint a little spot on the world from space to the eyes of the public but anyone with logic knows that this deal will jeopardize from Alaska to the central coast and Haida Gwaii up past the Hazeltons at the very least.
    I am getting a bit tired of how the public is being treated like they are clueless by the clueless government.
    Isn’t it election time soon enough. I have never seen so much stumbling by one person in their term and not to mention the others. Only those who do not bother to inform themselves would believe such guile.

  2. so true Sharon.. (Y) (Y) she obviously didn’t do her homework…

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