Trans Mountain and its general construction contractor responsible for Spreads 6 and 7A, Michels Canada, recently donated $15,000 to Source Langley Food Bank and Surrey Food Bank. Project workers on Spread 7A, which extends from 232 Street in Langley to the Fraser River Crossing in Surrey, generously raised the funds during the 2021 holiday season.

The Source Langley Food Bank and Surrey Food Bank each received $7,500 to address the needs of their community members. Employees from Michels Canada and Trans Mountain hand-delivered the donations, which were well received and greatly appreciated by both organizations.

“Our workforce is proud to donate to the local food banks in this region. It’s important to us to give back where we live and work” said Lexa Hobenshield, Manager, Engagement and Community Investment.

From left to right: Bryon Massie, Leslie Clark, John McDonald, Chris Pezoulas, Barry Moch
Left to right: Barry Moch, Shayne Walker, John McDonald, Hannah Lamb, June Gambrel, Bryon Massie

Michels Canada is responsible for pipeline construction in the Fraser Valley and Lower Mainland regions of BC on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project. A trusted contractor for energy infrastructure throughout Canada, the company has a wealth of experience in the new installation and rehabilitation of gas, oil and refined product pipeline projects.

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