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.
Mayor of Burns Lake
“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.