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Meet Our Westridge Operator Technicians

Get to know a few of the people who keep Trans Mountain’s Westridge Marine Terminal operating safely on the Burrard Inlet in Burnaby, BC.


High Stakes: Safe Digging While Building a Fence

Fence installation and replacement are two of the most frequent ground disturbance activities that cause risks to underground utilities.

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Trans Mountain Conducts Full-Scale Emergency Exercise at Westridge Marine Terminal with a Hybrid Incident Command Post

Today, Trans Mountain conducted a full-scale emergency response exercise to demonstrate Trans Mountain’s ability to effectively manage a spill response event should one occur in Burrard Inlet at...


Update: April 2021 Capacity Announcement for the Trans Mountain Pipeline System

Total system nominations for the Trans Mountain Pipeline system are apportioned by 15 per cent for April 2021. The pipeline will be running full at its maximum capacity.


Digging Deep into Safe Digging Month

April is Safe Digging Month, an important industry-wide initiative to raise awareness about safe digging practices that can improve personal safety and reduce damage to underground infrastructure.


Spring has Sprung: Construction Look Ahead

This spring, construction continues along the pipeline route and at facilities throughout Alberta and BC. This year, we’ll see peak construction for the Project with thousands of people working at...


What You Need to Know: Spring Breakup

​Spring breakup is the time of year when construction slows down or halts in some areas due to the melting snow and frost that causes the ground to become soft and muddy.


Trans Mountain Conducts Winter Emergency Exercises in Alberta

Working through winter weather – Trans Mountain practice techniques for responding to emergencies during all conditions.


Working Near Agricultural Land

The Trans Mountain Expansion Project crosses approximately 481 kilometres of multi-use and agricultural land in BC and Alberta – almost 50 per cent of pipeline construction on the Project.


Agricultural Safety Week – Always Click or Call Before You Dig

One key campaign message for farmers is the importance of safe digging.

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