Feds Tell U.N. To Butt Out; No Local Veto On Pipelines

The Department of Natural Resources in a confidential report told the United Nations to stay out of the Trans Mountain pipeline debate, warning First Nations do not “have a veto over government decisions”. The report followed complaints the project could breach a U.N. treaty on racial discrimination: “Canada’s response will not be made public.”

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