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Catch-up on all things Coastal GasLink! Learn what’s new from the project and on the website including new videos, announcements and opportunities.

Did you know?  You can view construction updates and notifications on the Construction page.


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Jun 18 2021

June construction update

Our construction workforce continued to grow in May with a modest increase marking the end of spring break-up and the beginning of what’s looking to be a busy summer construction season for Coastal GasLink. We expect our workforce numbers to grow into the fall to advance the project and complete several milestones on the horizon.

Jun 17 2021

Meet one of our prime contractors – Ledcor Haisla Limited Partnership

Ledcor Haisla Limited Partnership (LHLP) joined the Coastal GasLink project in May 2021 to lead construction work on the west portion of Section 8. Both LHLP and Coastal Gaslink are committed to creating and maintaining strong relationships and providing skills training, employment and contracting opportunities for Indigenous and local community members.

May 20 2021

May construction update

The end of May will bring spring break-up to an end — dependent on weather conditions — and Coastal GasLink is gearing up for an important summer construction season.

May 12 2021

Celebrating a milestone: safe delivery of 692 km of pipe along project route

In April, Coastal GasLink completed pipe delivery on time and on budget, delivering 450,000 tons of pipe along the project route with zero safety incidents. Premay Pipeline Hauling delivered and stockpiled the 692 km of pipe in partnership with Coastal GasLink. The milestone has earned both Cathy, the project manager who directed pipe delivery, and Premay a TC Energy CEO Safety Leadership Award.

Apr 30 2021

Local driving school eliminates barriers & builds confidence among Lheidli T’enneh First Nation members

Coastal GasLink is committed to supporting initiatives for local and Indigenous communities that help build lasting skills. One of those initiatives, developed by Lheidli T’enneh First Nation, is access to driving lessons with PG Driving for Life Academy, a local Prince George driving school, that is open to all Lheidli T’enneh First Nation members.