Impress

Coastal GasLink Indigenous engagement lead Sarah helps to connect the project to communities.

Coastal GasLink meets major milestones in 2021 with the support of local communities

Several achievements marked thanks to support and perseverance of workforce, partners + communities

  • Dec 13, 2021
Operations Supervisor Kathleen Wick works at Ray-Mont Logistics in Prince Rupert.

Northern B.C. workers are an integral part of innovative Canadian supply chain solutions

Transloading creates jobs and new export opportunities for Canadian producers

  • Dec 6, 2021
Tammy Brown, Communications Workforce Accommodation Advisor (CWAA) and member of the West Moberly First Nations, is proud to share her culture through Coastal GasLink’s CWAA program.

Indigenous artists share their craft and showcase local talent at the CWAA Market

Just in time for the holidays!

  • Dec 6, 2021
Tammy Brown, Communications Workforce Accommodation Advisor (CWAA) and member of the West Moberly First Nations, is proud to share her culture through Coastal GasLink’s CWAA program.
For Trista Spencer, UWNBC’s Executive Director, this partnership made a world of difference for the communities the UWNBC serves.

Joining forces to support those most in need

United Way of Northern BC + Coastal GasLink launch Legacy of Giving to support northern communities

  • Nov 29, 2021
For Trista Spencer, UWNBC’s Executive Director, this partnership made a world of difference for the communities the UWNBC serves.
Kyle Hes is a Gantry Crane Operator at DP World-Prince Rupert Fairview Container Terminal.

Prince Rupert’s marine and dock workers essential to Canada’s reputation for reliability

Port of Prince Rupert workforce has far-reaching impact across northern B.C. and beyond

  • Nov 22, 2021
Kyle Hes is a Gantry Crane Operator at DP World-Prince Rupert Fairview Container Terminal.
Destiney Michelle of the Skin Tyee Nation shares about her role as a CWAA and how Coastal GasLink is helping her community move forward.

Collaborating on a shared legacy for the next generation

Coastal GasLink creating economic opportunity for Indigenous communities, chance to share culture

  • Nov 22, 2021
Destiney Michelle of the Skin Tyee Nation shares about her role as a CWAA and how Coastal GasLink is helping her community move forward.
Dangerous Goods Officer, John Nicoletti, lives and works in his hometown of Prince George.

Port traffic propels rail workforce across northern B.C. transportation corridor

Meet two people working in rail safety and logistics, supporting jobs across western Canada

  • Nov 8, 2021
Dangerous Goods Officer, John Nicoletti, lives and works in his hometown of Prince George.
As one of Coastal GasLink’s Construction Monitoring and Community Liaison (CMCL) Advisors, Ashley observes construction and reclamation activities and reports back to her community.

Reclamation underway on Coastal GasLink Project route

Project begins restoring route to original state, starting near Dawson Creek

  • Nov 8, 2021
As one of Coastal GasLink’s Construction Monitoring and Community Liaison (CMCL) Advisors, Ashley observes construction and reclamation activities and reports back to her community.
Jessica Hochins - Woodlands Operations Supervisor, Skeena Sawmills, Terrace

Northwest women working to bring B.C. wood products to the world

Meet a pair of women supporting natural resource supply chains in Northern B.C.

  • Nov 1, 2021
Jessica Hochins - Woodlands Operations Supervisor, Skeena Sawmills, Terrace
Chief Justin Napoleon of the Saulteau First Nation shares what the project means for his community and why they’re proud to partner with Coastal GasLink.

Coastal GasLink surpasses 50 per cent completion milestone

Year of significant construction milestones culminates in the achievement of major project milestone

  • Oct 25, 2021
Chief Justin Napoleon of the Saulteau First Nation shares what the project means for his community and why they’re proud to partner with Coastal GasLink.
Sue Stewart [left] and Riley Severinski [Right]. Jeff Weddell Photography.

20-year hospital journey inspires a legacy

Riley was just a six-week-old infant when her mom, Sue, was told…

  • Oct 18, 2021
Sue Stewart [left] and Riley Severinski [Right]. Jeff Weddell Photography.
The Morice River micro-tunnel will be the fifth trenchless water crossing for the Coastal GasLink Project, all of which were completed with zero safety incidents.

Coastal GasLink uses state-of-the-art method to cross waterway

Micro-tunneling method selected as safest and most advanced way to cross beneath the Morice River

  • Oct 11, 2021
The Morice River micro-tunnel will be the fifth trenchless water crossing for the Coastal GasLink Project, all of which were completed with zero safety incidents.
Jeff and his team of Environmental Inspectors help ensure waterways are protected across the Coastal GasLink Project.

Crossing waterways without a trace

Coastal GasLink uses advanced engineering methods to safely tunnel under waterways

  • Aug 9, 2021
Jeff and his team of Environmental Inspectors help ensure waterways are protected across the Coastal GasLink Project.
Coastal GasLink works alongside local first responders to prevent the spread of wildfires.

Working together to combat wildfires

Coastal GasLink works closely with local first responders to help keep communities safe

  • Jul 26, 2021
Coastal GasLink works alongside local first responders to prevent the spread of wildfires.
Destiney Michelle (centre), her mother, Hereditary Chief Helen Michelle (left), and fellow advisor, Pius Charlie, share their culture and traditional knowledge with workers.

Indigenous advisors bring their traditional culture to workforce lodges

Coastal GasLink program builds bridges between local Indigenous communities and lodges

  • Jul 12, 2021
Destiney Michelle (centre), her mother, Hereditary Chief Helen Michelle (left), and fellow advisor, Pius Charlie, share their culture and traditional knowledge with workers.
Jason Scherr, PRPA’s Manager of Environmental Sustainability, has spearheaded the shore power project at Fairview Terminal.

Shore power will reduce container vessel emissions at Port of Prince Rupert

Vessels berthed at Fairview Terminal will be able to switch to electric power

  • Jul 5, 2021
Jason Scherr, PRPA’s Manager of Environmental Sustainability, has spearheaded the shore power project at Fairview Terminal.
Toboggan Hatchery Manager Kris Bulloch. With support and guidance from Fisheries and Oceans Canada and the Prince Rupert Port Authority’s Skeena River Salmon Enhancement Program, the Toboggan Creek Salmon & Steelhead Enhancement Society is restoring the hatchery.

Hatchery modernization supports wild salmon stocks in Skeena watershed

Upgrades will enhance ability to raise Coho and Chinook fry at Northwest BC facility

  • Jun 28, 2021
Toboggan Hatchery Manager Kris Bulloch. With support and guidance from Fisheries and Oceans Canada and the Prince Rupert Port Authority’s Skeena River Salmon Enhancement Program, the Toboggan Creek Salmon & Steelhead Enhancement Society is restoring the hatchery.
Giuliana Hauknes is on a team of Gateway Operators who monitor marine traffic in and around the Port of Prince Rupert, to help maintain the highest standards of safety and security. (Photo: Michael Ambach)

Gateway Operators monitor marine traffic and conditions 24/7

Helping vessels big and small safely navigate the Port of Prince Rupert

  • Jun 21, 2021
Giuliana Hauknes is on a team of Gateway Operators who monitor marine traffic in and around the Port of Prince Rupert, to help maintain the highest standards of safety and security. (Photo: Michael Ambach)
A drum dance as the sun sets in the horizon. Photographed by author Sarah Dickie's cousin, Ryan Dickie.

Joy, sorrow and hope on the longest day of the year

This National Indigenous People’s Day, Coastal GasLink is honoured to elevate the…

  • Jun 21, 2021
A drum dance as the sun sets in the horizon. Photographed by author Sarah Dickie's cousin, Ryan Dickie.