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Apr 20 2022

Everything you need to know about Coastal GasLink, from the comfort of home

Posted by Coastal GasLink

Coastal GasLink has refreshed its best-in-class Virtual Open House platform. First launched in 2021, this tool plays an important role in supporting engagement with local communities as we continue to navigate virtual meetings over the last couple of years during the pandemic.

While we’re excited to resume our in-person community events and open houses, the past few years have shown us the value in being able to connect virtually.  

So, what’s new?

  • We’ve enhanced how we demonstrate our legacy in action and what it means for the Project and communities. This includes specific details and expanded access to our video library to better tell our story.
  • Some incredible people work on Coastal GasLink, and we’re glad to share their stories in a dedicated video library that shares their legacy in action.
  • The platform includes several new construction video options that showcase key milestones.
  • Over the last year, we’ve welcomed two new joint venture Prime contractors to the Project. We’ve updated our construction information and overview to reflect our new partners.

Virtual Open House platform

The team at Coastal GasLink have always done an exceptional job of ensuring that the communities along the route of this project, are well informed. The virtual open house is no exception. I encourage everyone to explore all the information that has been provided here and reach out to CGL staff with any questions and concerns you might have. Thanks, Coastal GasLink, for going above and beyond in your efforts to be transparent and accountable!”

Dolores Funk
Mayor of Burns Lake

Engaging with communities

“Our commitment to engage with Indigenous and local communities spans the life of the project, and we didn’t want to let the pandemic stop us from doing that,” said Kiel Giddens, Coastal GasLink’s Public Affairs Manager for British Columbia. 

The success of Coastal GasLink relies on working with local communities, listening to their views, incorporating their feedback where possible, and caring for sensitive landscapes and culturally and historically significant places.

Through this virtual platform, communities have all the information at their fingertips to connect with our team to engage and ask questions or find out more on the various initiatives and programs happening across the project.