Coastal GasLink

Shown is the route the Coastal GasLink project will take up to Kitimat. (File photo)

Coastal GasLink work camp in Vanderhoof gets approved by the ALC

The work camp behind the Vanderhoof airport was first rejected by the commission in October last year

Shown is the route the Coastal GasLink project will take up to Kitimat. (File photo)
When did listening to only one side of a story become the new normal?

When did listening to only one side of a story become the new normal?

An open letter to the BC Human Rights Commissioner

  • Jan 24, 2020
When did listening to only one side of a story become the new normal?
Protesters were outside the Serious Coffee on Blanshard Street in Victoria Wednesday morning after protesting at the Ministry of Energy, Mines & Petroleum Resources through the night. Twelve protesters were arrested by police during the occupation. (Nina Grossman/News Staff)

Victoria police arrest 12 anti-pipeline protesters supporting Wet’suwet’en

‘We are unarmed, they have guns,’ protesters chanted on Wednesday morning

Protesters were outside the Serious Coffee on Blanshard Street in Victoria Wednesday morning after protesting at the Ministry of Energy, Mines & Petroleum Resources through the night. Twelve protesters were arrested by police during the occupation. (Nina Grossman/News Staff)
Supporters of the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs and who oppose the Coastal GasLink pipeline set up a support station at kilometre 39, just outside of Gidimt’en checkpoint near Houston B.C., on Wednesday January 8, 2020. The Wet’suwet’en peoples are occupying their land and trying to prevent a pipeline from going through it. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jason Franson

Calls for dialogue as Coastal GasLink pipeline polarizes some in northern B.C.

Coastal GasLink is building the 670-kilometre pipeline from British Columbia’s northeast to Kitimat on the coast

Supporters of the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs and who oppose the Coastal GasLink pipeline set up a support station at kilometre 39, just outside of Gidimt’en checkpoint near Houston B.C., on Wednesday January 8, 2020. The Wet’suwet’en peoples are occupying their land and trying to prevent a pipeline from going through it. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jason Franson
Workers live in these accommodations while they help build the Coastal GasLink pipeline servicing the LNG facility in Kitimat. (CGL photo)

National Energy Board rejects federal review of Coastal GasLink pipeline

Project falls within provincial jurisdiction, board rules

Workers live in these accommodations while they help build the Coastal GasLink pipeline servicing the LNG facility in Kitimat. (CGL photo)
Relief in sight from open burn pollution

Relief in sight from open burn pollution

New regulations should cut down on air pollution

Relief in sight from open burn pollution
Civeo pulls out of LNG Canada worker camp agreement

Civeo pulls out of LNG Canada worker camp agreement

ATCO steps in to take over from U.S. company

Civeo pulls out of LNG Canada worker camp agreement
Civeo pulls out of LNG Canada worker camp agreement

Civeo pulls out of LNG Canada worker camp agreement

ATCO steps in to take over assembling housing units

Civeo pulls out of LNG Canada worker camp agreement
Size of LNG Canada’s natural gas liquefaction faciity at Kitimat is revealed in this scale model of the greater Kitimat area. The plant location is the cleared area just above the ‘S’ curve section of the Kitimat River. (Photo courtesy LNG Canada)

LNG Canada cost to exceed stated $40 billion price tag

Gas pipeline alone pegged at $6.2 billion

Size of LNG Canada’s natural gas liquefaction faciity at Kitimat is revealed in this scale model of the greater Kitimat area. The plant location is the cleared area just above the ‘S’ curve section of the Kitimat River. (Photo courtesy LNG Canada)
Locals get taste of pipeline construction benefits

Locals get taste of pipeline construction benefits

Nov. 27 meeting to outline contract opportunities for Coastal GasLink pipeline

Locals get taste of pipeline construction benefits
Pipeline company urges rejection of many seeking intervener status in jurisdictional hearings

Pipeline company urges rejection of many seeking intervener status in jurisdictional hearings

Those seeking to participate include District of Kitimat and Haisla Nation

Pipeline company urges rejection of many seeking intervener status in jurisdictional hearings
Pipeline challenger passes first hurdle

Pipeline challenger passes first hurdle

Smithers resident wants federal review of natural gas pipeline

Pipeline challenger passes first hurdle
All 20 First Nations sign Coastal GasLink pipeline agreement

All 20 First Nations sign Coastal GasLink pipeline agreement

The proposed 670 km pipeline would deliver natural gas to Kitimat’s LNG Canada facility

All 20 First Nations sign Coastal GasLink pipeline agreement
All 20 First Nations sign Coastal GasLink pipeline agreement

All 20 First Nations sign Coastal GasLink pipeline agreement

The proposed 670 km pipeline would deliver natural gas to Kitimat’s LNG Canada facility

All 20 First Nations sign Coastal GasLink pipeline agreement
Black Diamond’s Horne River Lodge in the Horn River Basin, B.C. Black Diamond Group photo

Camp contract awarded by LNG Canada

$42.5 million camp contract for pipeline construction

Black Diamond’s Horne River Lodge in the Horn River Basin, B.C. Black Diamond Group photo