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Coastal GasLink understands that in an effort to promote dialogue between the Hereditary Chiefs of the Office of the Wet’suwet’en and the federal and provincial governments, the RCMP has offered to conduct Morice River area policing from Houston instead of the Community Industry Safety Office at KP 29 of the Morice River Forestry Road.
In the past few days, statements have been made regarding Coastal GasLink route selection and the rationale for the selection of the current route over an alternative proposed by the Office of the Wet’suwet’en (OW) Hereditary Chiefs.
Construction of a natural gas pipeline project involves more than stringing together pieces of pipe. A lot of additional infrastructure is needed, from laydown and storage areas for equipment and construction staging, to the lodges needed to house the approximately 2,500 women and men who will build the project. Many of these workforce sites – or lodges – are built and housing workers today, others are under construction for a later stage of project construction.
We’re proud to have team members who live and work in northern B.C., both Indigenous and non-Indigenous. Sarah Dickie, Indigenous Engagement Lead for Coastal GasLink, is one of our employees. She's also a proud Fort Nelson First Nation member, living and working in northern B.C. Every member of our team has committed to creating an extraordinary legacy. This means living our values and empowering people to speak up.
Coastal GasLink issued the following statement following the re-opening of the Morice Forest Service Road: “We are extremely disappointed enforcement was required to re-open the Morice River Forest Service Road but will redouble efforts to engage with the Hereditary Chiefs of the Wet’suwet’en and with the Unist’ot’en in search of a peaceful, long term resolution that benefits the Wet’suwet’en people."