Coastal GasLink pipeline project has collected information about the local environment to identify appropriate measures and mitigate potential adverse effects on the environment.
We will continue to engage with Aboriginal and local communities throughout the life of the pipeline to collect input and learn about concerns and issues.
The proposed pipeline route takes into account sensitive environmental features and habitat. The proposed pipeline will cross numerous water courses in a manner that ensures only temporary disturbance to stream beds or fish habitat.
Traditional land use, including hunting and trapping, may be temporarily affected by construction activities.
To avoid archaeological or traditional sites, wherever practical we will plan the construction of the pipeline through discussions with First Nations and local communities and through data collection.