L3RP Canada: Project details
See regulatory information, timelines, maps, and more for the Canadian portion of Enbridge's Line 3 Replacement Program.
L3RP Canada infographic: The big picture
Find out what the Canadian portion of the L3RP will mean in terms of jobs, labour income, tax revenue and Canada's economy.
Line 3 Replacement Program: Building an Indigenous workforce
‘An outstanding place to work’: Enbridge project benefits from both experienced and new Indigenous pipeliners
Indigenous Line 3 jobs
Working Warriors and L3RP Canada: This independent job seeker platform connects a growing Indigenous workforce to employment opportunities.
Line 3 Replacement: Pipeline Safety
We know our safe delivery record of 99.99966% over the past decade isn't good enough. Our goal—simply, unequivocally—will always be zero incidents.
Rental accommodations for L3RP Canada workers
While L3RP workers make their own individual living arrangements, we do provide crews with potential leads on accommodations in their area.
L3RP Canada: Traffic management plan
Enbridge’s traffic accommodation strategies—which must be followed by our employees and contractors—are designed to minimize disruptions, and protect residents and workers, during the pipeline construction process.
Construction in your community
L3RP pipeline and facilities construction will begin in some areas of Alberta and Saskatchewan on Aug. 1, 2017. Find out what you can expect.
Line 3 Replacement Program: Fueling quality of life in Saskatchewan
Ongoing tax revenue benefits the Saskatchewan communities near our Mainline system right-of-way. Find out more.
Line 3 Replacement Program: Testimonial videos
Find out what Canadian landowners, industry partners, pipeline workers, elected officials, union members and neighbors have to say about the L3RP.
Local and Indigenous business opportunities
Local and Indigenous goods and services providers—hotels, grocery stores, restaurants, campground owners—will benefit from the presence of L3RP work crews.
Community investment
We support and partner with local organizations that champion solutions for safety, environmental and social issues.
L3RP Canada: Frequently asked questions
Find answers to the most common queries about Enbridge's Line 3 Replacement Program.
Indigenous consultation and community engagement

We strive to develop mutual understanding through open, timely, two-way communication.

L3RP Canada: Community outreach
Our team will continue to keep Canadian communities informed of L3RP progress through updates and future engagement activities.
Line 3 Replacement Program: Fueling quality of life in Alberta
Ongoing tax revenue benefits the Alberta communities near our Mainline system right-of-way. Find out more.
Pipeline construction: Safety and the environment

Safety and reliability are built into Enbridge's energy infrastructure before, during and after the construction process.

L3R Program (Canada) Resources: Fact sheets and brochures
Learn more about our safety measures, economic benefits and environmental commitments for the Line 3 Replacement Program in Canada.
Saskatchewan welding students stoked by Line 3 pipeline project right-of-way tour
Line 3 Replacement Program work near Loreburn opens youthful eyes to career possibilities
How we build a pump station
Pump stations are located along our crude oil and liquids pipelines to keep product moving through the line.
How We Construct a Terminal
Crude oil storage terminals are a critical component of the Enbridge energy transportation system
The lifecycle of an Enbridge pipeline

With proper design, construction, operation and maintenance, pipelines have a very long life. The safety of people, and protection of the environment, is our top priority throughout the entire pipeline lifecycle.

Hydrostatic testing

Hydrostatic testing is a carefully planned and controlled process that confirms a threshold measurement for a pipeline's safe operations.

Line 3 Replacement Program: Fueling quality of life in Manitoba
Ongoing tax revenue benefits the Manitoba communities near our Mainline system right-of-way. Find out more.
Post-construction: The land restoration process

After construction of energy infrastructure, Enbridge's goal is to restore the affected area (including pipeline rights-of-way) to as close to pre-construction condition as possible, and minimize our long-term impact to the land.

L3RP Canada: Contact us
We'd like to hear from you.
Pipeline decommissioning (Canada)

We monitor decommissioned lines just as we would active lines, and we are responsible for those lines--forever.