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A judge ruled the province failed in its obligation to consult indigenous communities before it approved a quarry on traditional lands. Do you think the province is adequately fulfilling its overall duty to consult with indigenous communities?



 A judge ruled the province failed in its obligation to consult indigenous communities before it approved a quarry on traditional lands. Do you think the province is adequately fulfilling its overall duty to consult with indigenous communities?

Yes, the province is trying its best to fulfill the duty to consult, except in rare circumstances.
Votes: 7
26.9%  
No, the province could be doing a much better job at fulfilling its duty to consult.
Votes: 19
73.1%  

Number of Voters   26
Start Voting   2017-07-31 00:00:00
End Voting   2017-08-31 00:00:00

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