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Transport committee  For this particular project of the government, you're quite right that there has been no meaningful consultation, as set out in accordance with the Nisga'a treaty. It has exposed the responsibilities of all of our treaty partners, in particular, Canada, with consulting the Nisga'

November 2nd, 2017Committee meeting

Eva Clayton

Transport committee  I was just going to ask my colleague before....

November 2nd, 2017Committee meeting

Eva Clayton

Transport committee  It was liquefied natural gas.

November 2nd, 2017Committee meeting

Eva Clayton

Transport committee  With regard to safety on the north coast, we don't hear about the mishaps on the north coast, about anything other than the oil spills, but there are no mishaps on the north coast.

November 2nd, 2017Committee meeting

Eva Clayton

Transport committee  It's a question we will take back to review our options.

November 2nd, 2017Committee meeting

Eva Clayton

Transport committee  Thank you, Madam Chair. We are still at the early stages and have not made a decision about whether the nation would support an energy project, but we believe the provisions of our treaty can be employed to consider an environmentally sound approach to such a project. Needless

November 2nd, 2017Committee meeting

Eva Clayton

Transport committee  Good afternoon. Thank you, Madam Chair. My name is Eva Clayton, president for the Nisga'a Nation.

November 2nd, 2017Committee meeting

Eva Clayton

Transport committee  Thank you, Madam Chair. First of all, before I begin, I would like to acknowledge the traditional territories of the Algonquin first nations. We appreciate the committee inviting us to speak with you today about the Nisga'a Nation's position on Bill C-48. You've heard my team's

November 2nd, 2017Committee meeting

Eva Clayton

Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee  The Nisga'a Nation is set out under the treaty as a federated system where we have four Nisga'a village governments, with the Nisga'a Lisims Government being the central government. As well, we have what is known as a Nisga'a house, Wilp Si'Ayuukhl Nisga'a, where we meet every fo

September 25th, 2017Committee meeting

Eva Clayton

Indigenous and Northern Affairs committee  Amaa hiihlukw. Madam Chair, members of the committee, I will begin by expressing our appreciation to the committee for inviting us here to speak with you on the subject of the Nisga'a treaty. With me are two fellow officers, Secretary-Treasurer Corinne McKay and CEO Collier Aza

September 25th, 2017Committee meeting

Eva Clayton