Source: Houston Today Houston Council unanimously voted to send a letter of support for Coastal GasLink: “We’re one of the later communities to sign on, but they’ve been asking for support from communities,” Mayor Shane Brienen told council Tuesday. “And they’ve had a number of open h
Source: Terrace Standard Through a letter to the editor in the Terrace Standard, Ellis Ross, the Chief Councilor of the Haisla Nation shared his views on development projects like Coastal GasLink: “We have studied the LNG industry and its proposals for the last ten years. We have seen
Released by: Wet’suwet’en First Nation BURNS LAKE, BC, Aug. 31, 2015 /CNW/ – Wet’suwet’en First Nation Chief Karen Ogen, Nee Tahi Buhn Chief Ray Morris, Burns Lake Band Chief Dan George, and Skin Tyee Nation Chief Rene Skin, say they are disappointed at r
BY KAREN OGEN, Chief of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation Source: Vancouver Sun I am a strong believer that in today’s British Columbia — in an economy that has long rested on a foundation of resource development — environmentalism must mean more than just saying no. I believe environment
The road to starting a liquefied natural gas industry in British Columbia has been long and fraught with U-turns, but TransCanada Corp. says there is room for optimism after it won significant aboriginal support for two massive gas pipelines. The Calgary-based company has been quietly
TransCanada is helping to supply an important need for the Northern B.C. workforce with support for the creation of a new NWCC Class 5 Driver Training program for rural and remote communities. The funding, provided to Northwest Community College, will be used to establish a new gradua
TransCanada’s local contract representative Scott Bone was at the Fort St. John Chamber of Commerce lunch this past Tuesday to give a timeline of the projects and inform subcontractors how to get involved. The two big pipelines are the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission (PRGT) project, wh
The choice for the Wet’suwet’en First Nation was clear — say yes to a deal for the Coastal GasLink pipeline to run through its territory or opt out and choose to “administer poverty.” Learn more from Chief Karen Ogen on why she believes LNG pipeline deals could have an eno
Pipeline builder TransCanada continues to work through the 32 conditions it needs to meet to gain the full provincial go ahead for a natural gas pipeline to feed a planned liquefied natural gas plant at Kitimat, one of its vice presidents told a Kitimat-Stikine regional district sessi
Greg Cano from the Coastal Gas Link project was in Kitimat on Monday, January 26, 2015. The Coastal GasLink project will take gas from the Dawson Creek area down to Kitimat. It will serve the LNG Canada LNG Plant, which Shell is leading. “We’ve got our Environmental Assessment Certifi
Coastal GasLink Pipeline Limited proposes to build an approximately 670-kilometre pipeline from the Dawson Creek area to the west coast of B.C. The pipeline will transport natural gas to the proposed LNG Canada facility near Kitimat.
The proposed Coastal GasLink route, as presented in our 2014 application to the BC Environmental Assessment Office, was determined by considering Aboriginal, landowner and stakeholder input, the environment, archaeological and cultural values, land use compatibility, safety, constructability and economics.
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