The Lheidli T'enneh First Nation has rejected a final agreement initialled with the provincial and federal governments last October. Chief Dominic Frederick had earlier expressed confidence that the agreement would receive the 70 percent support needed to ratify the deal. "I have no worries, I am confident," he told Opinion 250. But that confidence seems to have been misplaced. Out of the 234 votes cost, 123 voted no.
March 31, 2007