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True partnership with Indigenous communities

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overall progress


workers across project route


awarded to local & Indigenous businesses


invested in local communities

11-13 inspections

per month by regulators

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

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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.

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Safety is our number one value. Today, and always. Our first priority is the health & safety of our workforce and their families, as well as our Indigenous partners and local communities along the project route.

Learn more about our COVID-19 measures.

We’ve refreshed our Virtual Open House! Take a look around to learn more about the project, ask questions and engage with our team from your home, or anywhere.

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What's new

Feb 1 2023

TC Energy provides Coastal GasLink Project update

Today TC Energy announced updated cost estimates for the Coastal GasLink Project. We are committed to safely completing this project, which will put Canada on the map as a global LNG exporter. Together, we are delivering significant benefits for British Columbia, Canada, and the world.

Jan 30 2023

Coastal GasLink updates on the Clore River Crossing

We have approved plans in place for safe work to mitigate potential impacts on people and the environment, especially when we work around bodies of water. At all our work sites, including the Clore River, the work we are doing is fully authorized and permitted by our regulators. We are committed to following all regulations and are always working with regulators to address any issues.

Jan 26 2023

January construction update

Indigenous participation is foundational to Coastal GasLink’s extraordinary legacy. We are excited to further strengthen our project as we proudly announce a new collaboration that will deliver lasting benefits and opportunities for Indigenous and local communities in B.C.


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.