There are two kinds of Indigenous governance structures, but Canada has been listening to just one

The First Nations along the pipeline route who have signed benefit agreements are the chiefs and councils elected under the Indian Act. But hereditary chiefs assert sovereignty over the traditional territories through which GasLink aims to pass.

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