First Nation trying to stop $453M Manitoba-Minnesota power line project
WINNIPEG — A Manitoba Indigenous community is taking the province to court over a $453-million power transmission project it says it wasn't properly consulted on before construction started last summer. The Sagkeeng First Nation is to argue in Winnipeg Court of Queen's Bench on Wednesday for a judicial review of the province's decision to give Manitoba Hydro a licence to build a 213-kilometre, 500-kilovolt line to Minnesota. "When our ancestorsThe Sagkeeng First Nation is to argue in Winnipeg Court of Queen's Bench on Wednesday for a judicial review of the province's decision to give Manitoba Hydro a licence to build a 213-kilometre, 500-kilovolt line to Minnesota.
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One person was taken to hospital after a gas line caught fire at the site of a home under construction in Calgary on Thursday.
Police said emergency responders, including firefighters and EMS, were called to the home in the 0-100 block of Sage Bluff Manor at about 11:15 a.m. for reports of the fire.
Bright orange flames could be seen shooting from a pit in the neighbourhood which had several new builds as well as houses still being built.
According to the Calgary Fire Department, the injured person had minor, first-degree burns and was taken to the Foothills Medical Centre.
Firefighters had to wait for ATCO to shut off the gas before the blaze could be fully extinguished.
CFD said there was no risk to the public and the cause of the fire was under investigation.
B.C. First Nations drop out of court challenge, sign deals with Trans Mountain .
KAMLOOPS, B.C. — Two First Nations in British Columbia's Interior that had been part of a court challenge against the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion have reversed course and signed deals with the Crown corporation. The Upper Nicola Band and Stk'emlupsemc te Secwepemc dropped out of the Federal Court of Appeal litigation, leaving four B.C. First Nations to fight the case. The Upper Nicola says in a joint news release with Trans Mountain on Friday that its deal represents a "significant step forward" toward addressing environmental, archaeological and cultural heritage concerns.