Pacific NorthWest LNG is an active member in the communities of Port Edward and Prince Rupert. Our comprehensive community consultation prior to submitting the project’s environmental assessment application has resulted in several significant changes to the facility design thanks to feedback provided by residents, First Nations and stakeholders. We will continue to work with the community, and have set up a new office in Prince Rupert to provide information about the project and provide a convenient location to ask any questions you might have to our local staff.
If constructed, Pacific NorthWest LNG would provide approximately $1 billion a year in total new tax revenue for local, provincial and federal governments.
Pacific NorthWest LNG plans to be in Port Edward and Prince Rupert for many years. That’s why we’ve committed to helping build strong communities in a tangible and meaningful way by volunteering at or contributing to local organizations that support important social and community causes. Some examples of community organizations and events we’ve supported include:
- 150 Ton Mariner Master Program
- Prince Rupert Rotary Club auction
- Northwest Science and Innovation Society
- Cow Bay Days
- Canada Day celebrations
- 2013 and 2014 All Native Basketball Tournament
- Prince Rupert Seamen Rugby Club
- Prince Rupert Rampage
- Prince Rupert Lions Club swimming program
- Prince Rupert Regional Community Foundation
- Coastal Pathways Partnership
- Gathering Strength Canoe Journey 2013
- Sponsorships of First Nations events and business meetings
- Prince Rupert Wildlife Rehab Shelter
Pacific NorthWest LNG is fully committed to supporting local community training and educational programs. We are also committed to legacy projects that will provide long-term sustainable growth in the community.
If you have recommendations for a worthy local group who is seeking financial support to help make Port Edward or Prince Rupert a stronger community, please let us know.