A prosperous, sustainable future for B.C. & Canada

By working together, we can let the public and our elected leaders know there are many more people in B.C. that support LNG development than oppose it.

Welcome to Together for LNG

A prosperous, sustainable future for B.C. & Canada

By working together, we can let the public and our elected leaders know there are many more people in B.C. that support LNG development than oppose it.

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Work Together

Tell your B.C. MLA why LNG is important to our lives and our children’s future:

  • $40 Billion Dollar Investment
  • $22 Billion in Revenue For B.C.
  • 10,000 new jobs

LNG Canada is the largest private sector investment in Canadian history:

There is a massive global demand for LNG, and Canada can supply it. LNG replaces coal burning for fuel, and helps transition our planet to a clean energy future. If B.C. doesn’t sell our LNG (which is produced to the highest environmental standards), the world will simply buy it from countries with much lower environmental and regulatory standards.

 

There’s a massive global demand for LNG, and Canada can supply it. LNG replaces coal burning for fuel, and helps transition our planet to a clean energy future. If B.C. doesn’t sell our LNG (which is produced to the highest environmental standards), the world will simply buy it from countries with much lower environmental and regulatory standards.

 

Take Action Now!

In less than 1 minute, you can send your B.C. MLA a message they can’t ignore! Simply fill out this form, edit the letter if you would like to, then click send.

Take Action Now!

In less than 1 minute, you can send your B.C. MLA a message they can’t ignore! Just fill out this form, edit the letter if you want to, then click send.

“Here’s what community leaders are saying about Together For LNG…”

Here’s what community leaders are saying about Together For LNG…

“By unlocking our world class energy asset, B.C.’s liquid natural gas (LNG) industry will play an important role in reducing global greenhouse gas emissions by…”

Chris Gardner

CEO, President of Independent Contractors and Business Assoc.

“The liquid natural gas (LNG) that Canada has in such large supply is a key factor in world wide demand for clean energy. Strategic development of a strong LNG sector also…”

Paul de Jong

President, Progressive Contractors Association of Canada

“We as 7.7 billion humans on this planet have a collective energy and environment problem. BC’s Liquefied Natural Gas offering is a key component of the medium term solutions.”

Clyde Scollan

President & CEO, Construction Labour Relations Association BC

“LNG not only offers skilled workers the opportunity for employment while building the plant but also the opportunity for apprentices to learn the skillsets from their mentors.”

Tom Sigurdson

Executive Director, BC Building Trades

All 20 First Nations band councils living along the pipeline’s route unanimously support the LNG project

First Nations communities are depending on LNG development to provide jobs, economic development and the means to preserve and enhance their cultures. Workers across the province see well-paying jobs and training opportunities that lead to meaningful employment. People around the globe are advocating stamping out the use of coal and replacing it with LNG and reducing GHG emissions as renewable power sources come on-line.

“Blueberry River First Nation is a small community that plays a big role in LNG. All the communities in this area have signed off on it. A lot of us own businesses and a lot of us are benefiting from the work that’s happening in our backyard.”

Judy Desjarlais

President, Topnotch Oilfield Contracting, Blueberry River First Nation in north east British Columbia.

“Most of the First Nations in the Skeena region have been working to have their people ready to do pipeline work and to do the environmental assessments and monitoring that are going to be needed for the LNG project.”

Elizabeth McDonald

Owner, Insight Resources Training, Kitimat B.C.

“We need these LNG jobs, we need to build economic development in our province. Probably 50 per cent of my employees are of aboriginal descent. When they can go out and buy Christmas presents for their children because they’ve had a job and were able to make money, that brings me joy. We shouldn’t be in poverty, we shouldn’t see people suffering in this country, because we have what it takes to get everybody working again.”

Ramona McDonald

President, Complete Safety Services, Fort St. John

All 20 First Nations band councils living along the pipeline’s route unanimously support the LNG project

All 20 First Nations band councils living along the pipeline’s route unanimously support the LNG project

First Nations communities are depending on LNG development to provide jobs, economic development and the means to preserve and enhance their cultures. Workers across the province see well-paying jobs and training opportunities that lead to meaningful employment. People around the globe are advocating stamping out the use of coal and replacing it with LNG and reducing GHG emissions as renewable power sources come on-line.

“Most of the First Nations in the Skeena region have been working to have their people ready to do pipeline work and to do the environmental assessments and monitoring that are going to be needed for the LNG project.”

Elizabeth McDonald

Owner, Insight Resources Training, Kitimat B.C.

“Blueberry River First Nation is a small community that plays a big role in LNG. All the communities in this area have signed off on it. A lot of us own businesses and a lot of us are benefiting from the work that’s happening in our backyard.”

Judy Desjarlais

President, Topnotch Oilfield Contracting, Blueberry River First Nation in north east British Columbia.

“We need these LNG jobs, we need to build economic development in our province. Probably 50 per cent of my employees are of aboriginal descent. When they can go out and buy Christmas presents for their children because they’ve had a job and were able to make money, that brings me joy. We shouldn’t be in poverty, we shouldn’t see people suffering in this country, because we have what it takes to get everybody working again.”

Ramona McDonald

President, Complete Safety Services, Fort St. John

Canada’s bright future faces a big challenge!

LNG Canada’s Project is a 40 Billion Dollar Investment in the Canadian Economy!

LNG Canada’s Project is a 40 Billion Dollar Investment in the Canadian Economy!

  • $40 Billion Dollar Investment
  • $22 Billion in Revenue For B.C.
  • 10,000 new jobs

LNG Canada is the largest private sector investment in Canadian history:

There is a massive global demand for LNG, and Canada can supply it. LNG replaces coal burning for fuel, and helps transition our planet to a clean energy future. If B.C. doesn’t sell our LNG (which is produced to the highest environmental standards), the world will simply buy it from countries with much lower environmental and regulatory standards.

 

Projects like LNG Canada and Coastal GasLink face opposition from a loud, well-orchestrated campaign to shut down responsible LNG development. We have been the silent majority of supporters whose voices now must be heard:

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