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Coastal GasLink will safely deliver natural gas from northeastern B.C. to the LNG Canada facility in Kitimat, B.C.

Learn more about Coastal GasLink.

Coastal GasLink values the culture, lands and traditions of Indigenous groups and we are proud of the strong relationships we’ve built with local & Indigenous communities along the route.

Hear more from the people who support the project.


Coastal GasLink has signed agreements with all 20 of the First Nations along the approved route – and their elected councils – and we are committed to a collaborative approach to working with them.

Read about how we’re engaging with Indigenous communities.

What's new

Oct 26 2020

Wilde Lake Compressor Station, ‘beating heart’ of Coastal GasLink, brings opportunity

Coastal GasLink couldn’t deliver clean Canadian natural gas to LNG Canada’s Kitimat liquefaction facility without the Wilde Lake Compressor Station located 670 kilometres away near the Dawson Creek area. In order to move a projected 2.1 billion cubic feet per day (bcf/d) of natural gas across the pipeline route, the Wilde Lake facility is the ‘beating heart of the pipeline’ according to Anthony Heywood-Smith, Project Manager for the compressor station.

Oct 20 2020

October construction update

We’re reaching peak construction on the Coastal GasLink right-of-way while also continuing to progress construction on our compressor and meter station facilities.

Sep 22 2020

What it’s like to work on Coastal GasLink

Sophie Perodeau stepped away from life in the big city of Vancouver to move to northern BC, where she worked in the field of Indigenous economic participation and employment skills and training before taking a role on Coastal GasLink, where she now works as a field administrator. Sophie provides an insider’s view to what it’s like working on the project and why Coastal GasLink is a good fit with her values and vision for the future.


Injunction order

Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020: The Supreme Court of British Columbia interlocutory injunction to move forward with our authorized activities.

Download the Injunction Order (Jan. 7, 2020)

Download the Revised Injunction Order (dated Jan. 4, 2019)

Download the original interim Injunction (dated December 17, 2018)

Creating an

Extraordinary Legacy

Coastal GasLink is committed to creating an extraordinary legacy of safety and respect for communities and the environment.



We're working closely with Indigenous community members as part of the Construction Monitoring and Community Liaison Program.