What We’re Up To

High school graduates standing together near lockers
What We’re Up To

After the party it’s the after party…

At LNG Canada we live and breathe safety, so we are very proud to sponsor “Dry Grad” initiatives at local high schools. Read more...


What potential environmental effect could the project have?

For the past three years LNG Canada has been preparing our Application for an Environmental Assessment Certificate by conducting studies and collecting data to answer this very question. Read more...

Did You Know?

The LNG project will be constructed in phases, with Phase 1 having a design capacity of approximately 12 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) and Phase 2 having an additional 12 mtpa.

The Project

INFOCUS: LNG Canada’s community newsletter – June 2016

The latest edition of INFOCUS, LNG Canada’s community newsletter, has arrived. Read more...


Working Together

Pitching in at the Kitimat River Clean Up

For a third consecutive year, LNG Canada was a proud sponsor of the Annual Kitimat River Clean Up event. Read more...



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Opportunities in LNG

Steve Bernard, LNG Canada Connect Representative for Kitimat and Terrace
Opportunities in LNG

Connecting Skilled Workers to Employment Opportunities

Steve Bernard is a dedicated resource for LNG Canada Connect, a STEP partnership between LNG Canada and the BC Construction Association. Read more...

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Media Centre

LNG Canada Begins Engineering and Planning Work for its Workforce Accommodation Centre

Vancouver, British Columbia, May 5, 2016 — LNG Canada is beginning engineering and planning work on Cedar Valley Lodge, its Workforce Accommodation Centre to house a 4,500 person workforce required during construction of its proposed liquefaction and export facility in Read more…