First Nation group furious at Province’s move to cut trees down for Enbridge pipeline path by Jenny Uechi

While not unique at all to Canada, this case illustrates the conflict between the rights of indigenous people, commercial interests, and governmental organizations (or organisations , if you live in Canada):

https://www.vancouverobserver.com/environment/first-nation-group-furious-provinces-move-cut-trees-down-enbridge-pipeline-path

Immigration Policies Around the World (National Geographic Article)

Immigration is often a touchy issues… who should be allowed and who should be excluded are questions that are often asked. Associated is the question of cultural authenticity and identity. This article compares a few countries’ positions.

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/06/130630-immigration-reform-world-refugees-asylum-canada-japan-australia-sweden-denmark-united-kingdom-undocumented-immigrants/