White Earth and Tsleil-Waututh Nations Partner on Community Wind Power

Indian Country Today

Two tribes, from different sides of the 49th Parallel, are reuniting Turtle Island with a business deal. A First Nations—owned company in British Columbia will supply wind power to the White Earth Community Service Center in Naytahwaush and to the Ojibwa Building Supplies facility in Waubun, the U.S. tribe announced on September 6...

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ICTMN Staff. "White Earth and Tsleil-Waututh Nations Partner on Community Wind Power." Indian Country Today, September 9, 2012. Article. (https://ictnews.org/archive/white-earth-and-tsleil-waututh-nations-partner-on-community-wind-power, accessed February 12, 2024)

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