1. In 2015, crews conducting paleontological studies along the Coastal GasLink Pipeline project’s corridor made a ‘historic’ discovery. Ancient history that is; really ancient. Tracks belonging to an approximately 20-foot long, six-ton, “living tank” known as Ankylosaur were spotted by paleontological consultant Paul McNeil and his crew during a routine field work study.

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  2. Developing a pipeline like Coastal GasLink involves a lot of people, and this includes helicopter pilots and their mechanics. Meet Dan, TransCanada chief helicopter pilot. His job mainly consists of looking for unauthorized work or heavy machinery used on the pipeline’s right of way, fallen trees, signs of erosion and anything else that could harm the pipe. Complementing TransCanada’s aerial scrutiny is a cutting-edge laser device strapped on our helicopters and airplanes, which is able to spot a natural gas leak from the air, even before it is visible to the human eye. Watch how we also use air patrols to ensure Coastal GasLink and other TransCanada pipelines operate safely.

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  3. The latest classroom at Northwest Community College (NWCC) in B.C. is on wheels! Take a look inside the Mobile Trades Training Unit, an educational initiative proudly funded by numerous sponsors, including a $75,000 donation from TransCanada, that takes trades training to students in their own communities.

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  4. A creek rehabilitation project in the Northern B.C. community of Vanderhoof is helping to restore habitat for the endangered Nechako white sturgeon, the largest freshwater fish in Canada. With help from the local sawmill and area businesses, including a $10,000 contribution from TransCanada, Stoney Creek is slowly being restored.

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  5. TransCanada is playing a key role in bringing B.C.’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry to life through the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission (PRGT) and Coastal GasLink (CGL) projects. Many local and indigenous businesses in B.C. are keen to get involved in our projects.

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Coastal GasLink is a wholly owned subsidiary of TransCanada Pipelines. The company has proposed to build a natural gas pipeline from northeast British Columbia to Canada's west coast of B.C. to serve export markets. Through 2013 Coastal GasLink will plan…


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Coastal GasLink is a wholly owned subsidiary of TransCanada Pipelines. The company has proposed to build a natural gas pipeline from northeast British Columbia to Canada's west coast of B.C. to serve export markets. Through 2013 Coastal GasLink will plan the pipeline route and prepare documents for a formal review process.

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