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Nadleh Whut’en First Nation has marked an important milestone with the celebratory opening of Little Rock Lake Lodge, a workforce accommodation site to house the women and men working on the Coastal GasLink Project that will bring economic benefit to the local community.
Coastal GasLink remains committed to finding a lasting and peaceful resolution to the issues expressed by Chief Namox and other Hereditary Chiefs of the Office of the Wet’sutwet’en and remains willing to meet with the Chiefs at their convenience.
Coastal GasLink rang in the New Year with several significant developments that pave the way for continued construction momentum in 2020, including installing first sections of pipe later this summer. Find out what you need to know in our January construction update.
On Jan. 14, 2020, Coastal GasLink President David Pfeiffer requested a meeting with Chief Namox.
Construction is underway on every section of the 670-kilometre Coastal GasLink project route from Kitimat to Chetwynd, with more than 1,000 women and men, many of them local and Indigenous, expected to be undertaking clearing, grading, continued workforce accommodation establishment and other activities in January.