Watch as paleontological consultant Paul McNeil recounts his excitement at discovering these ancient footprints and enjoy the journey as they travel by land and air to arrive at their final destination at the Dinosaur Discovery Gallery in Tumbler Ridge, B.C. Crew discovers Ankylosaur
The Prince Rupert Gas Transmission and Coastal GasLink projects are proud sponsors of a number of education and skills training programs in northern British Columbia. Education is a pathway to prosperity for many people and in northern B.C. TransCanada’s Pathway to Pipeline Readiness
For families in the village of Fraser Lake, a northern B.C. community with under 2,000 residents, a playground donation from Coastal GasLink is so much more than a place to spend an afternoon; it’s seen as a symbol of hope and opportunity. Watch and learn why.
In July 2016, LNG Canada (our customer) announced that its joint venture participants – Shell, PetroChina, Mitsubishi Corporation and Kogas – have decided to delay a final investment decision on the LNG Canada project that was planned for the end of 2016. They have stated that the LN
Looking for somewhere to use your spare change? Why not consider plugging a parking meter and helping a deserving community charity? Coastal GasLink is pleased to support the City of Dawson Creek with sponsorship of the initiative and with matching meter donations made by the communit
Coastal GasLink is committed to working with communities along our proposed route. That means investing in initiatives that matter to you, like the much-anticipated Splash Park in Terrace. In addition to the Splash Park, Coastal GasLink has also contributed $30,000 to an important res
Support for responsible development in northern B.C. remains strong. Kitselas First Nation and McLeod Lake Indian Band have signed project agreements with Coastal GasLink, demonstrating that Aboriginal communities do not have to choose between economics, culture, environment and a tra
Our success relies on listening to views from local communities, incorporating their feedback where possible, taking care of the land, and being mindful of culturally and historically significant places. That’s why we’re responding to feedback from Wet’suwet’en leaders and conducting
Coastal GasLink now has all of the major provincial regulatory approvals required for the construction and operation of the proposed pipeline and related facilities. The 10 permits were received between May 2015 and April 2016. What are the permits for? The BC Oil and Gas Commission i
Developing a pipeline like Coastal GasLink involves a lot of people, and this includes helicopter pilots and their mechanics. Meet Dan, TransCanada chief helicopter pilot. His job mainly consists of looking for unauthorized work or heavy machinery used on the pipeline’s right of way,
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.