Coastal GasLinkTime 2022-01-01 17:04:53
Web Name: Coastal GasLink
Description:keywords:Map,About,Coastal GasLink,Economic benefits,in-service date,What’s new,section,construction,TC Energy,approved route,employment,opportunities,indigenous relations,cgl,liquefied natural gas,lng description:Approximately 670 kilometres in length, the Coastal GasLink pipeline will safely deliver natural gas from the Dawson Creek area to the LNG Canada facility near Kitimat, B.C. Read our latest update: Coastal GasLink statement on worksite access
Coastal GasLink will safely deliver natural gas from northeastern B.C. to the LNG Canada facility in Kitimat, B.C.
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Coastal GasLink values the culture, lands and traditions of Indigenous groups and we are proud of the strong relationships weve built with local Indigenous communities along the route.
Hear more from the people who support the project.
Safety is our number one value. Today, and always. Our first priority is the health safety of our workforce and their families, as well as our Indigenous partners and local communities along the project route.
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You're invited! Join us for our first-ever Virtual Open House. Learn more about the project, ask questions, and engage with our team from the comfort of your own home.
Visit our Virtual Open House.Explore our pipeline route Whats new Nov 24 2021 Leaving a Legacy of Giving in northern B.C.
For many, the stress of the pandemic has taken its toll. For some, it has made access to necessities like food and housing even more challenging. Coastal GasLink wanted to find an impactful way to help those most in need; that’s where United Way of Northern British Columbia (UWNBC) stepped in to support. UWNBC has a legacy of supporting those most in need in Northern B.C., making them the perfect fit to help Coastal GasLink give back to the communities where we operate.Nov 23 2021 November construction update
At Coastal GasLink our top priority is the safety of our workforce, contractors, and the Indigenous and non-Indigenous community members. Our project is fully permitted and has unprecedented support and agreements with all 20 elected Indigenous groups across the 670 km route.Nov 19 2021 Coastal GasLink statement on worksite access
Coastal GasLink is increasingly concerned about the safety of our workforce and the public following an escalation in unlawful and dangerous activities by opponents that have put people, property, and the environment at risk.
Read more newsInjunction order
Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020: The Supreme Court of British Columbiainterlocutory injunction to move forward with our authorized activities.
Download the Injunction Order (Jan. 7, 2020)
Download the Revised Injunction Order (dated Jan. 4, 2019)
Download the original interim Injunction (dated December 17, 2018)Creating anExtraordinary Legacy
Coastal GasLink is committed to creating an extraordinary legacy of safety and respect for communities and the environment.IndigenousEngagement
We're working closely with Indigenous community members as part of the Construction Monitoring and Community Liaison Program.
<<< Thank you for your visit >>>Approximately 670 kilometres in length, the Coastal GasLink pipeline will safely deliver natural gas from the Dawson Creek area to the LNG Canada facility near Kitimat, B.C.