Hereditary Chief Helen Michelle, from B.C.’s Skin Tyee Nation is featured in an article from APTN News discussing the many benefits of the Coastal GasLink project.
Source: APTN News
A hereditary chief in British Columbia says people standing in the way of the LNG pipeline need to step aside and let the project get up and running.
“I’m just getting tired of hearing about it,” she says. “I’m just waiting for the shovel to get into the ground, let’s get on with our lives,” says Helen Michelle.
Michelle has been a hereditary chief for 43 years.
When the Coastal GasLink pipeline project was proposed in 2012, she says she made sure to participate in the consultation.