Foreign investors will stay away

Editor:

In a land with some 600 First Nations defining the limits of the country’s economic sovereignty over its own geography, overall Canadian nationhood has become a matter of merely being tenants on one’s own land, subject to the powers relinquished to First Nations.

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Thus the fate of Kinder Morgan or any other major infrastructure investment in Canada will stand or fall, not with the overall will of the Canadian people, but with the privileged will of the country’s indigenous minority.

No matter how politically incorrect this may be to say, foreign investors will deal with this economic reality... and stay away.

E.W. Bopp

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