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Project participation

土著 engagement and participation are critical to the success of our projects. We work with 土著 groups and tailor our engagement approach to be responsive to the unique circumstances of each group. During our engagement process, we provide resources to 土著 groups to support their participation in a project’s regulatory approval process.

Through active participation in activities like fieldwork and traditional land use studies, 土著 groups make their own assessment of a project’s potential effects. 

在某些情况下, participation agreements or project equity agreements are other ways we work with 土著 groups potentially affected by our activities to acknowledge their unique governance, relationship to the land and legal standing.


Valuing 土著 knowledge

We want to ensure 土著 cultures, values and the environment are respected and protected, so we engage with local 土著 groups to identify and gather 土著 knowledge, helping ensure the needs and interests of each group are met throughout the life cycle of the project. These engagements provide an opportunity to discuss concerns and mitigate potential adverse effects by incorporating 土著 knowledge about the local ecology, land and resource use, into project planning activities.

Participation in some of the first-ever Traditional Land Use studies in 2003
Comprehensive 10-year Community Agreements first negotiated with Alberta First Nations in 2007.
Coastal GasLink signed agreements with all 20 elected 土著 First Nations along pipeline route in 2018.
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Case study: 土著 knowledge sharing

The Construction Monitoring and Community Liaison (CMCL) Program provides opportunities for 土著 group members to participate in Coastal GasLink pipeline construction within their traditional territory. While their role is to observe, record and report back to their communities on construction activities, it has also fostered an understanding of 土著 traditional medicine.

通过这个项目, 土著 CMCL advisors work closely with environmental specialists to identify, harvest and collect Diamond Willow Fungus and Chaga—fungi found on trees that are important medicines in traditional healing.

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Case study:  A decade-long partnership

In 2008, the Osage Nation became the first U.S. Tribal group to partner with TC Energy as we began consultation on the Keystone Pipeline System, which has now 安全 transported energy for more than 10 years. 从那时起, we have continued to collaborate with the Osage on initiatives such as the cultural preservation programs. Watch our video to learn more about our long-standing partnership.

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