The Canadian Press

2015-09-08 | Fracking First Nation

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Fort Nelson First Nation Chief Liz Logan says the government can't allow the oil and gas industry to dry up streams and lakes in northeastern British Columbia to support fracking operations. Logan says she's cheering an Environmental Appeal Board decision that overturns a water licence granted to Calgary-based Nexen Inc., to pump water from remote Tsea (SAY) Lake, located about one hundred kilometres northwest of Fort Nelson. (The appeal board concluded after almost two years of review that the province's water licence decision in the Fort Nelson area had serious technical issues and flaws in the consultation process.)

Date: 2015-09-08
Placeline: VICTORIA.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 19 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << we want to stainable maintainable development that's going to be there for a long time and they have to do it right because he was good science they got a new script that they got to talk to us they have to take into consideration they just can't just arbitrarily if they miss license I can do whatever I want >>