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Night Work at our Lower Mainland Terminals: Minimizing Disruptions

​In order to the maintain the continued safe operations of our terminals, and due to scheduling restraints, some work at our facilities in Burnaby will need to take place over night.


Wildlife Rescue Association of BC Expands its Doors

In 2020, Wildlife Rescue embarked on an exciting project with funding from Trans Mountain – along with donations from committed volunteers and donors.


Hamlet of Robb Pump Track: Ready, Set, Go!

Trans Mountain contributed $140,000 through a Community Benefit Agreement with Yellowhead County to fund the pump track.


Business Readiness Workshop in the Fraser Valley

The last in a series of 12 workshops along the pipeline route that provided tools and information to help local businesses prepare for potential opportunities on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.


Update: October 2020 Capacity Announcement for the Trans Mountain Pipeline System

​Total system nominations for the Trans Mountain Pipeline system are apportioned by seven per cent for October 2020. The pipeline will be running full at its maximum capacity.


Innovative Fish Deterrent System Will Continue to Minimize Potential Impacts on Fish and Fish Habitat

In April 2020, we implemented an additional fish deterrent method known as Acoustic Fish Deflection in the offshore work area of Westridge Marine Terminal.


Project Update: Construction in Kamloops

Last week, the first piece of pipe went into the ground in Kamloops! This segment is the first of 185 kilometres of pipe in the region.


Connecting with our Communities Continues Safely

​Engagement with local governments looks a little different this year, but we continue to find ways to share information and answer questions from our stakeholders during these unprecedented times.

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Public Statement from Trans Mountain

Trans Mountain is near completion of the response phase at the Sumas Pump Station in Abbotsford, BC, following a release in June 2020.


Mainline Maintenance: Two Projects in 36 Hours

During the shutdown window our crews and contractors work around the clock and in a variety of locations, to get the work done. We sat down with Dan Bonner, Operations Engineer, to learn more.

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