Green economy on First Nations land

Canada is finally thinking in the right direction. Last week they announced the need to move to rebuilding the country, post COVID-19. Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland was all aglow as she told the House of Commons Canada was facing a “historic’ opportunity to move to an economy that “works for everyone.” A green economy that will see mining natural resources taking center stage. Natural resources located on First Nations lands. She outlined the Liberals Fall Economic Statement (FES), or “green transition” that she compared to the industrial revolution. And she said the country poised to move on it. The country has the talented people, raw materials a the strongest economic growth of the G7 Canada.” She wants to break ground on development and resource extraction projects…

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