Aboriginal peoples have long protested such projects, but one group’s plan would give First Nations control and profits

First Nations have played a central part in Canada’s national debate over pipeline projects, leading protests that have seen thousands take to the streets or building tiny homes in hopes of thwarting construction.

Behind the scenes, however, one group has been quietly refining a precedent-setting proposal that they say offers a means of protecting indigenous rights while unlocking the country’s vast oil and gas reserves: a First Nations-led pipeline.

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