Leech Lake Band member: “The right to protest does not include the right to harm or destroy property (or) scare local residents and communities.”
Lives and businesses have been positively impacted by Minnesota's largest infrastructure project. Find out how—and add your voice too.
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“The benefits of the Line 3 project are vast, including economic, social, and cultural,” writes Ryan Troumbly, Mayor of Taconite, MN.
Respecting Tribal sovereignty and treaty rights
RAMS official says the project has brought “much-needed relief to communities along the pipeline route.”
We support all efforts by law enforcement to arrest perpetrators as well as the prosecution of anyone participating in trafficking.
Enbridge uses the best available welding technology on our pipeline projects, like the Line 3 Replacement Project through Minnesota.
Enbridge’s now-complete L3R Tribal Cultural Resources Survey the largest of its kind
We're doing everything we can to protect the health and safety of our employees and the public.
Hear what businesses, landowners, elected officials and others have to say about Enbridge's impact on quality of life in Minnesota and North Dakota communities.
Hear what small businesses, Native American tradespeople, landowners and residents have to say about the L3RP construction process and the benefits it will bring to Minnesota communities.
Enbridge is building a qualified skilled labor force for the Line 3 Replacement Project, and is engaging Tribal and native owned businesses to help this effort.
Find out what elected officials, industry partners, small businesses, and others said about the L3RP during Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (PUC) public hearings on the project.
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