It Starts with Community
Since the inception of the Goldboro LNG Project, our company has built strong, local ties in the rural Nova Scotia community where we will build the LNG facility.
Whether it be conversations over a coffee or the more formal setting of the Community Liaison Committee, a cross section of local residents and Pieridae meet twice a year to offer project updates and listen to concerns with the focus of finding solutions.
Being a Good Neighbour
Being forthright and upfront with landowners and stakeholders who may be impacted by our operations is an absolute: we will not compromise.
Giving back demonstrates you are committed to being part of a community.
We have a clear policy of financial support that outlines how individual groups can access funding for things that truly make a difference.
Pieridae takes pride in supporting local initiatives such as education through high school STEM scholarships, safety through emergency services, and culture through rodeos.
“I play both the role of the community in the company, as well as being the face of Pieridae in the community,” said Community Liaison Officer Colin Anton. “These can be conflicting. To square the circle, I go into every relationship with trust in mind: build the trust with an authentic view to help solve any issues or problems that arise. I can then share the voice of the community back to the company so that we are making the best decisions to the benefit of all.”