2020 has been a year like no other. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we live, work and connect. Through these unprecedented times, Trans Mountain has been challenged to adapt, innovate and progress through adversity.

While this year hasn’t been easy, we have much to be grateful for.

In 2020, we’re grateful that…

We had more than 7,300 people working in 18 communities across British Columbia and Alberta and have completed almost 20% of the Project.

Our pipeline remained full through evolving energy markets and tough economic times.

We delivered funds for local projects through our Community Benefit Agreements with the Village of Valemount, Parkland County, Yellowhead County, Strathcona County, the Township of Langley, the City of Surrey, the Town of Edson and the Town of Hinton.

We celebrated the opening of the Hamlet of Robb Pump Track! Trans Mountain contributed to the pump track fund through our Community Benefit Agreement with Yellowhead County.

We strengthened relationships with our Indigenous partners through meaningful conversations, business partnerships and participating in cultural ceremonies.

Through our construction practices and mitigation efforts, we protected endangered species, like the American badger and the Oregon forestsnail.

We salvaged cryptogamic crust in Kenna Cartwright Park for future specialized reclamation work.

We successfully conducted a full-scale emergency exercise in Kamloops with more than 225 participants and observers from more than 25 agencies.

We raised nearly $140,000 for the United Way through an employee-led campaign!

Our workforce and contractors generously gave back to the communities they live and work in.

The thing we’re most grateful for is that 2021 is right around the corner. As we start the New Year, our top priorities remain the safety of our workers and our communities as we continue to work towards the successful completion of our nation-building Project.