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Tracking Trans Mountain

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The Discourse, APTN and HuffPost Canada release new Trans Mountain data discovered in joint investigative project.
High Bar was given a reserve you can’t build houses on over 125 years ago. Now, they're fighting to be heard.
They said they had no choice but to sign a letter of support.
The company is touting its 43 signed agreements with Indigenous groups while six First Nations fight the project’s approval in court.
#TrackingTransMountain comes from The Discourse, APTN News and HuffPost Canada.
About Tracking Trans Mountain
#TrackingTransMountain is a collaborative digital reporting project involving The Discourse, Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) and HuffPost Canada. Over the course of many months, the three teams worked together using digital media to gather, report on, and find the untold stories of how Indigenous communities either were or were not supporting the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline in Western Canada.