Busy season for Cheslatta Carrier Nation chief

Left photo: Cheslatta Carrier Nation Chief Corrina Leween (R) speaks with Jane Philpott, Minister of Indigenous Services, during the recent Canadian Council for Public Private Partnerships conference in Toronto. As vice chair of the First Nations Major Projects Coalition, Leween spoke about the coalition’s work at the conference. The coalition was formed to examine how ownership of major resource projects on their First Nations lands could be facilitated and how environmental practices can be improved to meet their needs. Right photo: Chief Leween (R) also met with Chief Willie Blackwater of Gitsegukla First Nation (M) and Chief Jackie Thomas of Saik’uz First Nation (L) after meeting with Green Party leader Andrew Weaver at the Legislature in Victoria on Nov. 20, 2017. (Submitted photos)

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