Coastal GasLink has conducted more than 15,000 engagements with the 20 First Nations along the pipeline route and is proud to count support among so many in the community.
TABA Enterprises has worked hard with both Nak’azdli Whut’en Leadership and Coastal GasLink for the past three years to get to this point. We’re pleased that Coastal has selected us to clear a significant portion of the right-of-way. Being selected by TransCanada through a competitive process to complete the clearing work in our unceded territory demonstrates to B.C., Canada and the world that local Indigenous-owned businesses can compete for, and win, contracts along with non-Indigenous businesses.”
- Shawn Julien, Owner TABA Enterprise
In Witset, you have multi-generational unemployment and we now have guys who are getting off social security. It’s life-changing. If we know it’s only a three- to five-year window, we want people trained so when jobs come up elsewhere in the province they are work ready, they have a couple of thousand hours on the machines, that they can demonstrate they have worked on the job..”
- Troy Young, Owner Kyah Resources Wet’suwet’en entreprener
The Coastal GasLink Project is providing many years of stable work for real people in the north like me and I am excited to be a part of it.”
- Vanessa, Surerus Murphy Joint Venture
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