Throughout the construction period, LNG Canada is implementing a wide range of e…

Throughout the construction period, LNG Canada is implementing a wide range of e…

Throughout the construction period, LNG Canada is implementing a wide range of e…


Throughout the construction period, LNG Canada is implementing a wide range of environmental offsets that will serve to protect critical habitat in the freshwater, marine, and estuary environments surrounding the project site.

The latest phase of our environmental offset program is the recently completed fish ladder at Anderson Creek. Due to previous development in the area prior to the LNG Canada project, there was a barrier to fish passage on the creek preventing the use of upstream habitat. Together with our environmental experts and our contractor, Ledcor-Haisla, LNG Canada has now built a fish ladder, allowing salmon to bypass the barrier for the first time in 70 years. During periods of high flow, this will give salmon access to up to 3,500 square meters of habitat for spawning, rearing, and overwintering.

Read more on our website: https://bit.ly/2qWdu7i
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