Nov 15 2019

Coastal GasLink Connector — November 2019

Posted by Coastal GasLink

In our final Coastal GasLink Connector newsletter of 2019, we celebrate an important milestone with the West Moberly First Nations from the official opening of Sukunka Lodge, a workforce accommodation site that will house women and men working on the project for the next few years.


We continue getting to know our four prime contractors in an interview with Doug Lougheed of Pacific Atlantic Pipeline Construction (PAPC). We also catch up with University of Northern British Columbia nursing student Caragh Brown who was recently awarded a $10,000 TC Energy scholarship.




Finally, we take a closer look at Coastal GasLink’s collaborative approach to environmental respect and protection through our Invasive Plant Management Plan. Plus, we look back at our Fall 2019 Open House and Job Fair series – we welcomed over 1500 northern B.C. residents and job seekers! Find out what we’ve been up to in the communities where we live and work.


Read all about it in this issue of Coastal GasLink Connector