Enbridge’s Line 3 Replacement Program
The Line 3 Replacement Program will replace 1070 kilometers of the 50-year-old Line 3 with new pipeline and associated facilities from Hardisty, Alberta to Gretna, Manitoba. Line 3 is a $5.3 billion investment and is the largest project in Enbridge’s history.
A New Way of Working Together
Co-developed by Indigenous Peoples, the Government of Canada, and the National Energy Board, the Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee forms the basis of renewed and enhanced relationships in the Line 3 corridor.
Involving Indigenous Peoples in Monitoring and Oversight of Line 3
The Committee enables Indigenous Nations to identify common priorities and provide informed advice to the Government and the National Energy Board regarding the monitoring and oversight of environmental, safety, and socio-economic aspects of the Line 3 project. It provides a collaborative forum to share knowledge, create mutual understandings, and build capacity to participate in the monitoring of the Line 3 project.
Communication with Indigenous Nations is at the core of the Committee’s work. If we can’t answer your question, we can put you in touch with someone who can.
Hear From Us Directly and Have Your Say
The Committee is engaging with all potentially impacted Indigenous Nations and wants to hear from you. Get in touch with us to schedule an engagement, receive more information, or provide your input.