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During construction of the Project, the anticipated workforce will reach the equivalent of 15,000 jobs per year, followed by the equivalent of a further 37,000 direct, indirect and induced jobs per year of operations.Find out more
Trans Mountain and Thompson Rivers University hosted jobs and training information sessions for those interested in the job opportunities on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project. Hear about the experience.
Pipeline projects need a wide range of workers with skills you may not expect. Read about five surprising jobs that would be created with approval of the proposed Trans Mountain Expansion Project.Learn more
Through a partnership with the Thompson Rivers University, Trans Mountain was able to showcase diverse opportunities to the community that could be available during the construction phase of the Project.Read more
A former fire chief and a retired RCMP constable team up to connect with Aboriginal communities along the pipeline corridor to foster a culture of safety tailored to each community’s needs. Their goal is lessen anxiety about emergency response and management for all types of hazards – be it a flood, a fire or an ice storm.Learn more