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Wet'suwet'en

Elected chiefs say governments are not properly consulting First Nations.
Some leaders are refusing to sign off on a deal announced Thursday.
No details of the deal have been released but the chiefs say it affirms their titles and rights.
“Are diamonds and gold really essential services right now?"
The group refused to leave a minister's office following a meeting.
The Coastal GasLink pipeline has people divided over Indigenous land rights.
The prime minister conceded people are impatient for a resolution to tensions involving a natural gas pipeline.
Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs put together a draft deal with the government on Sunday.
The announcement comes on the fourth day of talks between the two.
Federal Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett and British Columbia Indigenous Relations Minister Scott Fraser are meeting with them again in the morning.