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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.
With several milestones achieved on the project and more to come, Coastal GasLink continues to be vital to the long-term prosperity of the North, B.C. and Canada. Across the project, significant progress has been made to ensure the project moves through spring freshet in an environmentally responsible manner to prepare for the summer construction program. Working with our prime contractors and Indigenous and local community partners, we remain focused on delivering this project safely and efficiently.
Coastal GasLink, like everyone else, looks forward to the day we can be together in person. But since we can’t meet at coffee shops, community halls, or at local events for now, we’ve developed a safe, innovative, and convenient way to stay connected. Coastal GasLink recently launched its Virtual Open House platform and invites everyone to learn more about the 670-kilometre project, and engage with our team from the convenience of their own home.
As of April 13, 2021, B.C.’s Public Health Officer rescinded the previously declared Order and issued a new order on Industrial Projects within the Northern Health Authority Region and Industrial Camps along with additional guidance to several major industrial projects in Northern British Columbia.
On March 29, 2021, Coastal Gas Link was advised by the BC Ministry of Health and Northern Health Authority to pause all COVID-19 vaccination programs on industrial projects in the region, effective immediately. Dr. Bonnie Henry and the BC Ministry of Health are reassessing the AstraZeneca/COVISHIELD immunization program plans across the province with further guidance expected by Wednesday, March 31.