Revised: January 11, 2019 Dear British Columbia residents, The Coastal GasLink team takes great pride in the work they do. As an important partner in the LNG Canada development, we have dedicated the past six years to creating a pipeline project that balances economic development with
Monday, Jan.7: On January 7, 2019, representatives from the Coastal GasLink project visited the blockade at the Morice River bridge to once again request access to the public bridge and access road. After attempting to have another meeting with the hereditary chiefs, which took place
Hereditary Chief Helen Michelle, from B.C.’s Skin Tyee Nation is featured in an article from APTN News discussing the many benefits of the Coastal GasLink project. Source: APTN News A hereditary chief in British Columbia says people standing in the way of the LNG pipeline need to step
Tuesday, Dec. 18: Today, Coastal GasLink and a process server attempted to visit the Morice River Bridge to provide the interim injunction order. The interim injunction, granted by the British Columbia Supreme Court on Friday, December 14, provides Coastal GasLink with legal authority
More children are now able to start their day with a nutritious breakfast, thanks to Breakfast Club of Canada and TransCanada Corporation. The non-profit organization and energy infrastructure leader joined together to launch a breakfast program at Evelyn Dickson Elementary School in
TransCanada announced that the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) has issued an Environmental Assessment Certificate for the Coastal GasLink pipeline project. As anticipated, the certificate was issued with a number of conditions resulting from the assessment by the EAO of env
The Hudson’s Bay Wetlands were once no more than a slough in the heart of Prince George, British Columbia. While birds and other wildlife flocked to the marshlands, the city’s human residents generally steered clear of the area that had become cluttered with garbage and debris. So whe
If labour forecasts for B.C.’s construction industry prove to be true, there will be a tremendous shortage of skilled labour to meet the expected demands over the next five or six years, not only for the LNG industry, but for mining, forestry and tourism. Colleges, post-secondary inst
PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — (Marketwired — March 12, 2014) — An application for an Environmental Assessment Certificate has been submitted by Coastal GasLink Pipeline Ltd. (Coastal GasLink) to the BC Environmental Assessment Office (EAO). Today the 180-day EAO public review period begins, w
A major milestone was reached in January 2014, when Coastal GasLink submitted its application to the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office (EAO). The application comes after many months of speaking one-on-one with people in the community, plus thousands of hours of field work. Coastal
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.