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Trans Mountain pipeline twinning work continues in December 2021 near Blue River on B.C. Highway 5, about halfway between Kamloops and Jasper, Alberta. (Trans Mountain photo)

B.C. employers blindsided by construction union raiding changes

Site C, Trans Mountain and LNG Canada all open-shop projects

 

Coastal GasLink pipeline near Parsnip River crossing in northern B.C., February 2022. The project has used trenchless tunnel boring to cross the Salmon and Parsnip Rivers. Its crossing of the Morice River near Houston has been a target of vandalism and roadblocks. (Coastal GasLink photo)

B.C. Indigenous partners to become part owners of Coastal GasLink

Most communities on pipeline route sign options agreements

 

Independent economists’ analysis of B.C.’s natural gas royalty program shows how decades of incentive programs have led to decreased royalties. (B.C. energy ministry)

B.C.’s biggest natural gas leak is revenue loss from Crown sales

Outdated incentives are ‘fossil fuel subsidies,’ minister admits

 

Cranes guide sections of Coastal Gaslink pipeline into a 1.3 km tunnel under the Murray River in northeast B.C., June 2021. (Coastal Gaslink video)

Coastal Gaslink pipeline nears halfway mark with B.C. river crossing

Tunnel under Murray River one of longest in North America

Cranes guide sections of Coastal Gaslink pipeline into a 1.3 km tunnel under the Murray River in northeast B.C., June 2021. (Coastal Gaslink video)
Project engineer Elise Chow-Stiefvater works on Coastal GasLink’s Kitimat site. (Coastal GasLink)

More B.C. LNG can help recovery from COVID-19, study says

Conference Board of Canada calls for incentives

Project engineer Elise Chow-Stiefvater works on Coastal GasLink’s Kitimat site. (Coastal GasLink)
Pipes for the Coastal GasLink pipeline project in storage in Stewart. (File photo)

CGL completes first in-field pipeline welds for Kitimat section of project

‘I never thought I’d live to see this day:’ Skeena MLA praises start of pipeline welding in Kitimat

Pipes for the Coastal GasLink pipeline project in storage in Stewart. (File photo)
Oak Bay-Gordon Head MLA Andrew Weaver listens from his new seat as an independent MLA as interim B.C. Green Party leader Adam Olsen questions the NDP government in the B.C. legislature, Feb. 12, 2020. (Hansard TV)

Andrew Weaver says he was ready to defeat John Horgan government

Independent MLA blasts B.C. Greens over LNG opposition

Oak Bay-Gordon Head MLA Andrew Weaver listens from his new seat as an independent MLA as interim B.C. Green Party leader Adam Olsen questions the NDP government in the B.C. legislature, Feb. 12, 2020. (Hansard TV)
One of the many trucks that rumble over Kitimat’s Haisla Bridge daily carrying trailers to LNG Canada’s Cedar Valley Lodge workforce accommodation camp. The company recently began night-time vibratory piling at its offloading facility, a process that is expected to last for six to eight weeks. (Photo Gerry Leibel)

LNG Canada begins night-time vibratory piling at offloading facility

The company says night piling is expected to be required for six to eight weeks

One of the many trucks that rumble over Kitimat’s Haisla Bridge daily carrying trailers to LNG Canada’s Cedar Valley Lodge workforce accommodation camp. The company recently began night-time vibratory piling at its offloading facility, a process that is expected to last for six to eight weeks. (Photo Gerry Leibel)
LNG Canada to halve its Kitimat workforce

LNG Canada to halve its Kitimat workforce

Many have left town already

LNG Canada to halve its Kitimat workforce
LNG Canada to halve its Kitimat workforce

LNG Canada to halve its Kitimat workforce

Many have left town already

LNG Canada to halve its Kitimat workforce
District of Kitimat staff, Minister Bill Morneau and Haisla Nation Council and LNG Canada representatives celebrate the announcement. (File photo)

Haisla Bridge replacement project kicks off with RFP

Companies are being asked to bid on environmental services

District of Kitimat staff, Minister Bill Morneau and Haisla Nation Council and LNG Canada representatives celebrate the announcement. (File photo)
Kitimat Fire steps in again to stop slash and burn

Kitimat Fire steps in again to stop slash and burn

Complaints received after smoke chokes Service Centre

Kitimat Fire steps in again to stop slash and burn
One of the more visible above-ground projects now underway is that of the worker camp, Cedar Valley Lodge. (Contributed photo)

City of Terrace frustrated with LNG Canada, province around social impact management

Discussions so far show “a real lack of wanting to accept responsibility,” the city says

One of the more visible above-ground projects now underway is that of the worker camp, Cedar Valley Lodge. (Contributed photo)
Gitga’at and LNG Canada announce new Marine Emergency Response and Research Facility in Hartley Bay

Gitga’at and LNG Canada announce new Marine Emergency Response and Research Facility in Hartley Bay

LNG Canada providing financial support as committed in 2014 Impact Mitigation and Benefit Agreement

Gitga’at and LNG Canada announce new Marine Emergency Response and Research Facility in Hartley Bay
Transport Canada considering sewage outfall application

Transport Canada considering sewage outfall application

Project calls for pipe, diffuser, on seabed floor

Transport Canada considering sewage outfall application
(Contributed/Government of Canada photo)

Gitga’at and LNG Canada announce new Marine Emergency Response and Research Facility in Hartley Bay

LNG Canada providing financial support as committed in 2014 Impact Mitigation and Benefit Agreement

(Contributed/Government of Canada photo)
The first of two dormitory sections of the LNG Canada camp at Kitimat is now being assembled. (Photo courtesy LNG Canada)                                One of the more visible above-ground projects now underway is that of the worker camp, Cedar Valley Lodge. (Contributed photo)

LNG Canada project gradually taking shape

Extensive worker camp now being assembled

The first of two dormitory sections of the LNG Canada camp at Kitimat is now being assembled. (Photo courtesy LNG Canada)                                One of the more visible above-ground projects now underway is that of the worker camp, Cedar Valley Lodge. (Contributed photo)
The question of how the City of Terrace with a population of 12,500 could support a sudden influx of new residents has come into focus. (City of Terrace photo)

‘What’s in it for Terrace?’ City braces for impacts of LNG development

Without additional support, Terrace could be left behind

The question of how the City of Terrace with a population of 12,500 could support a sudden influx of new residents has come into focus. (City of Terrace photo)
Haisla Nation Council and TSW sign a Memorandum of Understanding

Haisla Nation Council and TSW sign a Memorandum of Understanding

Preparing for an increase in social problems associated with large-scale development

Haisla Nation Council and TSW sign a Memorandum of Understanding
VENUE CHANGE: street hockey tournament, August 14

VENUE CHANGE: street hockey tournament, August 14

Registration still open until Monday at noon!

VENUE CHANGE: street hockey tournament, August 14