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National Energy Board should let the aboriginal elders speak freely without constraints

Dave Courchene Jr., an elder from Sagkeeng First Nation, speaks to the Winnipeg Free Press Editorial Board. Courchene is one of a handful of elders, knowledge holders, who are trying to get the National Energy Board to take their concerns and their expertise seriously, in the proposed expansion of the Enbridge pipeline which runs through Manitoba.

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Dave Courchene Jr., an elder from Sagkeeng First Nation, speaks to the Winnipeg Free Press Editorial Board. Courchene is one of a handful of elders, knowledge holders, who are trying to get the National Energy Board to take their concerns and their expertise seriously, in the proposed expansion of the Enbridge pipeline which runs through Manitoba. Purchase Photo Print

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