What We’re Up To

LNG Canada’s Mary-Ellen Proctor, Dana Bellis and Seiichi Tsurumi proudly display the “Top Industrial Booth” award at the Terrace Business Expo
What We’re Up To

The best booth

As proud recipients of the “Top Industrial Booth” award, LNG Canada had a great weekend at the 22nd Annual Terrace Business Expo. Read more...

FAQ

What effects could the project have on the community?

One of LNG Canada’s most important responsibilities in building an LNG export facility and related infrastructure is to ensure that the proposed project does not lead to significant effects on the health of the community. Read more...

Opportunities in LNG

LNG Canada  held local contracting events in December to introduce our main contractor, CFSW LNG Constructors, to the community.
Opportunities in LNG

Local business: getting to know you

Recently LNG Canada held local contracting events to introduce our main contractor, CFSW LNG Constructors, to the community. Read more...

Safety & Environment

Our Environmental Assessment Certificate has been issued

The CEAA has approved LNG Canada’s Environmental Assessment and the B.C. EAO has issued us an Environmental Assessment Certificate for the project. Read more...

Environmental Studies

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Did You Know?

450 to 800 permanent jobs will be created should the full project (4 trains) be built.

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Working Together

Pathways to Success

LNG Canada is pleased to have contributed towards Pathways to Success, a First Nations employment readiness and job development program. Read more...

2015-05-04 Pathways - group shot

Events

Kitimat Canada Day Celebration

LNG Canada is hosting Canstruction® to benefit the Kitimat Food Bank.

June 29, 2015

Media Centre

LNG Canada Receives Provincial and Federal Approval for Environmental Assessment

LNG Canada announced today that the CEAA has approved the project’s Environmental Assessment and the B.C. EAO has issued an Environmental Assessment Certificate for its proposed four train LNG export terminal in Kitimat, B.C.

June 17, 2015