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“It was a great pleasure to have chaired the first B.C. Roundtable on the Economy and Environment,” said  Bernier. “This roundtable discussion brought together representatives from First Nations, industry, the environmental sector, local government and labour organizations for a positive and productive discussion.”

The B.C. Roundtable on the Economy and Environment brings together representatives from local government, industry and labour representatives, First Nations leaders and the environmental sector facilitating a discussion to find solutions to balance the needs of resource development and industrial use with the environment.

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