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As Coastal GasLink continues to build the project across Northern British Columbia, we’re also helping pave a new path to employment for those who work and live in the communities along our pipeline corridor.
The numbers are adding up to big wins along the Coastal GasLink route. Peak pipeline construction is underway and work on our facilities continues to advance. Get all the details on progress, what’s happening along the project route and what’s to come in our November construction update.
From the City of Dawson Creek to the coastal District of Kitimat, the 670-kilometre Coastal GasLink project spans dozens of local and Indigenous communities. The project is being built not only to benefit northern people and communities today, but with the goal of leaving a lasting, positive legacy for decades to come
The harvesting of wild fungi used in traditional Indigenous healing and cultural practices is helping to cultivate new relationships among Coastal GasLink’s diverse workforce. This is happening through the Construction Monitoring and Liaison (CMCL) Program, created to provide opportunities for Indigenous group members to participate in construction within their traditional territory.
When Dan Leonhardt joined a safety company contracted to work on the Coastal GasLink project this summer, he didn’t expect that merging his work and personal interests would result in honouring WWII soldier Cpl. Keith Warren Merrick, 76 years after the soldier’s death.