Hereditary chief Na'Moks is seen leaving the Wet'suwet'en offices in Smithers, B.C., Thursday, February 27, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward
Hereditary chiefs of the Wet'suwet'en are scheduled to meet for a second day with senior federal and provincial ministers today as they try to break an impasse in a pipeline dispute that's sparked national protests and led to disruptions in the economy.
Federal Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett and British Columbia Indigenous Relations Minister Scott Fraser began the long-sought talks Thursday afternoon.
They wrapped up after about three hours with Fraser saying the talks were productive and the mood in the room was respectful.
Bennett said it was a "very good start."
Hereditary Chief Na'moks left without making a statement.
Fraser says it wouldn't be appropriate to release details of what was discussed.
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