Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Pipeline (PRGT)
Prince Rupert Gas Transmission is a 900-kilometre natural gas pipeline project in northern British Columbia. This TransCanada pipeline includes the construction of 485 miles of onshore and 75 miles of off shore pipeline from Hudson’s Hope, B.C. to Lelu Island. This pipeline will connect to the Pacific NorthWest LNG facility listed just above. 32 km of TransCanada's proposed PRGT pipeline is slated to cross Luutkudziiwus Territory, where approximately one half - 16 km – would destroy Babine Trail, the ancestral grease trail connecting Fort Babine to Gitanmaax. The proposed PRGT pipeline will entail direct and indirect impacts to Luutkudziiwus rights and title from potential adverse effects to fish and their habitats, wildlife and their habitats, terrestrial and aquatic resources, including cumulative effects, as well as to social, health, cultural, and economic values.
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