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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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Sep 18 2020

September construction update

After a summer of milestones, construction on Coastal GasLink is at its peak this month. Coastal GasLink continues to ramp up with more activity — and more workers — across the project right-of-way.

Sep 14 2020

Coastal GasLink Connector — Fall 2020

The latest issue of the Coastal GasLink Connector Newsletter is now available. Read the latest edition to learn more about what we’ve been up to in the community.

Sep 14 2020

Tracy Robinson named as Coastal GasLink president

As the Coastal GasLink project continues to evolve and shift toward a focus on mainline pipeline construction, some changes were made that will enable a more efficient and effective allocation of resources to meet our commitments to our customers, investors, Indigenous partners and local communities.

Sep 9 2020

Indigenous advisors promote safe and inclusive workforce lodges

Coastal GasLink has implemented a first-of-its-kind program to enhance the experience of workers – one that places respect for workers, communities and the surrounding environment as a fundamental way of life. Known as the Community Workforce Accommodation Advisor (CWAA) Program, the program is being rolled out in Coastal GasLink’s workforce lodges, and is employing members from neighbouring Indigenous communities to lead programming that promotes inclusion and fosters a deeper understanding of the rich cultures and traditions of Indigenous communities.

Aug 26 2020

Working together with landowners

At Coastal GasLink, nothing matters more than the health and safety of our people, their families and the communities in which we operate. Our team has been working closely with landowners to identify land restrictions, access routes and other construction requirements. Our ongoing objective is to cause as little disturbance to the land and to landowners as possible. Recently, at one of our construction sites near Chetwynd, a landowner’s dog found himself in view of our local workers and contractors.