Community Engagement

Since 2006, Alton Natural Gas Storage has been conducting extensive environmental studies, consulting with stakeholders, and finalizing details of the project. We are committed to meaningful and open dialogue with neighbours and communities near the project, Indigenous peoples and other stakeholders. Receive our latest updates on Alton in our community newsletters.

Community Liaison Committee

Alton is committed to ongoing engagement with the Mi'kmaq and members of the community. A Community Liaison Committee (CLC) was established in November 2015, and is working as an advisory committee, providing practical advice and feedback on the company’s activities.

The committee meets regularly and includes representatives of local government, landowners, business and community members.

Alton follows the Nova Scotia Department of the Environment’s Guide for the Formation and Operation of a Community Liaison Committee.

Read the Terms of Reference for the Alton CLC.  Read the summary of minutes to date for 2019.  Read minutes from 2015-2018 in Resources.

To submit a question or comment to the Alton CLC, please send it to [email protected]

To learn more about the Project contact:
Rob Turner, Manager, Stakeholder Relations & Site Services
(902) 639 0091
[email protected]