TransCanada, Gitxsan Nation Sign Agreement on Prince Rupert Project


TransCanada Corp. has signed a project agreement with 12 hereditary chiefs of the Gitxsan Nation regarding a 900-km natural gas pipeline in British Columbia. The hereditary chiefs each represent a Wilp (house group) whose territory is affected by the $5 billion Prince Rupert Gas Transmission (PRGT) project route. The agreement outlines economic and employment benefits as well as other commitments that will be provided for as long as the project is in service. “This agreement is the product of our engagement with the Gitxsan hereditary leadership. This comprehensive agreement provides long-term economic benefits, jobs, contracting opportunities and information sharing throughout…

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