An agreement over the development of hydropower and forestry has been reached between the Cress and Quebec governments, improving the situation of local indigenous people. According to Grand Chief Ted Mosses, terms of the agreement will lead to C$3.6 billion in environmental lawsuits against the government being dropped.
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