PRINCE RUPERT, B.C. - TransCanada Corp. (TSX:TRP) says it has reached project agreements with three more First Nations in northern British Columbia as part of efforts to build a pipeline across the province to a proposed liquefied natural gas terminal on the coast. Specifics of the agreements weren't announced but TransCanada said they provide for annual legacy payments over the life of the pipelines commercial operation plus benefits upon signing and at other milestones. The latest agreements are with the Doig River First Nation, Halfway River First Nation and Yekouche First Nation.
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