Our Extraordinary Legacy in action
Construction Monitoring and Community Liaison Program
Long before construction began, Coastal GasLink made collaboration and community feedback a priority. That feedback has helped improve the overall design of the project and drove the development of the programs put in place during construction and operation to protect Indigenous culture and values along with the environment, including the Construction Monitoring and Community Liaison (CMCL) Program. Members of all 20 First Nations communities along the project route are participating in the program, which provides opportunities for Indigenous members to participate in construction within their traditional territory for the purposes of observing, recording and reporting on the implementation of construction activities to their communities. Watch and read more about the CMCL program.
Community Workforce Accommodation Advisor Program
The Community Workforce Accommodation Advisor (CWAA) Program is a first-of-its-kind program which is helping foster inclusive workforce accommodations by promoting the rich cultures and traditions of Indigenous communities. Employing members from neighbouring Indigenous communities, the CWA Advisors implement creative ways for workers to develop a stronger understanding and relationship with the land and people around them. Program advisors are creating a space that encourages the workforce to learn more about the land and people in the communities in which Coastal GasLink operates.