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Company Response

11 Dec 2023

LNG Canada

LNG Canada response to RCMP arrest of five land defenders

[Full response available to download]

[...] "LNG Canada is aware of the diligent work that Coastal GasLink has conducted in the planning, permitting, construction and future operation of its pipeline. This work includes extensive consultation and ongoing engagement with impacted stakeholders and Indigenous Peoples. We also acknowledge that Coastal GasLink has received the support of all 20 First Nations along the pipeline route as granted through their elected Chiefs, including signed Project Agreements with these Nations (signed prior to construction commencing).

The Coastal GasLink pipeline project continues to provide direct benefits via employment, workforce development, skills training and financial resources to communities and First Nations impacted by its work.

LNG Canada is proud of its own performance to involve local and Indigenous communities in its project. LNG Canada cares deeply about the community where we are building our facility. We also take very seriously the safety, security and human rights of all people at site and in the local communities affected by the facility. We will continue to work collaboratively with communities to deliver a benchmark for economically, environmentally and socially responsible project development in Canada and beyond."