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As one of the largest oil producers in the world, Canada benefits from global export of its resources. By twinning the pipeline, not only will oil products be secured for the BC, but also new jobs and training opportunities will be created. This is in addition to the substantial tax revenue that will be generated.Find out more
Kerri McTaggart, Executive Director of the Resource Industry Suppliers Association (RISA), talks about the association’s reasons for supporting the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.Read More
Trans Mountain has invested $8.47 million in communities disrupted by the construction phase of the project. This is in addition to the over $52 million of annual property tax payments. We continue to work with communities along the pipeline corridor to provide local benefits.Discover more
Trans Mountain has a history of providing quality education and training to build transferrable skills that can be used across other industries, and enhance the overall community capacity. Developing partnerships with training service providers is an important aspect of the expansion project and training programs in Alberta and BC continue to be identified and secured.Find out more
There’s a growing opportunity for Aboriginal communities to participate in new employment, training and business opportunities. With the creation of over 800,000 person years of direct, indirect and induced employment there are ample opportunities for Aboriginal peoples to secure employment as a result of the Project.Learn more
Recently we caught up with Bryce for his thoughts on why local business operators in the Kamloops area and the BC Interior will benefit from the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.Find out More
Dan Mott, President of Mott Electric, discusses how workers and communities across BC will benefit from local spending.Read More
During the consultation process Trans Mountain is addressing the challenge of going beyond merely minimizing project impacts. During the 2007/2008 Anchor Loop Project, Kinder Morgan funded enhancements to the ecological and commemorative integrity of Jasper National Park and Mount Robson Provincial Park through the Anchor Loop Legacy Fund.Learn More
Trans Mountain has proposed twinning its existing pipeline in order to meet growing demand. From Edmonton, Alberta to Burnaby, BC the twinned pipeline is planned to follow much of the existing route.Learn more
Kinder Morgan Canada President Ian Anderson talks about the importance of our relationships with Aboriginal communities, individuals and local governments all along the pipeline corridor. Our long history of community connections that create lasting legacies is one we’re proud to have maintained for more than 60 years.Learn more