Public information sessions about the proposed expansion of the Trans Mountain Pipeline are taking place along the pipeline corridor and marine communities this fall.  The sessions began in Alberta on October 9 and will continue until December.  Sessions in BC communities begin on October 29. 

At each session, participants can review a series of display boards on various aspects of the proposed project, talk with members of the project team and provide feedback. 

“We’re introducing the proposed project, where we are now and outlining the next steps,” said Carey Johannesson, Lead Lands & Regulatory for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project. “We’re listening to concerns and answering questions raised by the community. The feedback we receive will make our proposal better.”

Discussion Guide is also available at the information sessions.