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On November 29, 2016, the Government of Canada granted approval for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project, subject to 157 required conditions from the National Energy Board (NEB). The conditions apply during various stages of the proposed Project’s lifecycle, including before construction, during construction and construction and during operation of the pipeline, and are designed to reduce possible risks identified during the application process.Learn More
The conditions address lands and routing, training, skills and employment, and effects on Aboriginal interests and communities.Find out More
The marine conditions cover a variety of aspects, including Project-related marine shipping safety measures, protection of marine mammals and emergency preparedness and response.Learn More
The conditions ensure the Project is designed and operated safely and in accordance with regulatory requirements.Read More
In the unlikely event an incident should occur, conditions and regulatory requirements are in place to ensure Trans Mountain is prepared to respond quickly with detailed emergency procedures and trained professionals.Find out More
Overarching conditions ensure all commitments, plans or programs, whether referenced or agreed to on the hearing record, are regulatory requirements.Find out More
The conditions reinforce Trans Mountain’s goal to protect the environment, have as little impact as possible and, where we do have an impact, to ensure we are returning the land to its original function.Read More