The Moricetown Band has picked a new date to the discuss the reconsideration of the Coastal Gaslink pipeline.
The band says it will be discussed at a meeting on March 28th.
Two meetings will take place with one happening from 1-4 p.m. then another taking place from 6-9 p.m.
They say officials from Coastal GasLink, The Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation, and groups opposed to the pipeline will be there to make presentations to the community.
A community vote is then expected to take place sometime in April. The band council says they will respect the choice the community makes and will not discuss it any further.
Members are asked to contact the the band office with their mailing address information to ensure they can cast their ballot.
The band council is reconsidering allowing the pipeline in their territory as residents felt they weren’t informed or didn’t have a chance to voice their concerns in their previous decision.