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castanet.net 12 May, 2022 18:15 am

Hay River residents forced to flee NWT town due to heavy flooding

Hay River residents forced to flee NWT town due to heavy flooding
About 3,500 residents have been ordered to evacuate a town in the Northwest Territories as volatile water levels cause extensive flooding and damage.

and the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion from Alberta to B.Janelle Shoihet says there hasn't been any RCMP enforcement related to opposition to the Trans Mountain expansion in B."Patrols continue throughout the entire policing jurisdiction of (Clearwater RCMP) but are certainly not isolated to any particular (Trans Mountain expansion project) site or camp," Shoihet says in a statement.Kanahus Manual with the Tiny House Warriors, a group opposed to the Trans Mountain pipeline, told the news conference that the federal government created the system of First Nation reserves and band councils don't hold the rights to 180,000 square kilometres of unceded Secwepemc territory.

Trans Mountain, a federal Crown corporation, says its 1,150-kilometre pipeline expansion project crosses "numerous traditional territories" and 15 First Nation reserves in B.Photo: Crossword-Solver Ottawa approves new $10B loan guarantee for the Trans Mountain pipeline project $10B guarantee for TMX Photo: The Canadian Press Pipes for the Trans Mountain pipeline project are seen at a storage facility near Hope, B.

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