HOW A LOCAL WET'SUWET'EN PIPELINE PROTEST GREW INTO A MAJOR CRISIS FOR THE TRUDEAU GOVERNMENT

This is the core of the dispute that has not only sparked a national crisis, but revealed intractable problems in Indigenous governance

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