Information about the proposed Trans Canada Coastal Gaslink Pipeline will be available tonight and tomorrow.
Spokesperson Greg Cano says the community information sessions are designed to keep residents near the proposed route updated on what is going on.
“We are going to have two major focuses of the information sessions,” he says. “The first one is give a little background on the contracting, supply opportunities that will be coming with the project and the process that we will going through to involve local participants.”
The first community session will be held in Houston tonight at the Houston Senior’s Hall and the second will be held tomorrow at Hudson Bay Lodge. Both will run from 4:30-6:30 p.m.
The proposed pipeline would deliver natural gas from northeast B.C. to the west coast to be exported.