Trans Mountain Corporation today released its 2023 Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) report. This report highlights Trans Mountain’s continued dedication to managing ESG matters responsibly and being transparent about the organization’s progress on ESG topics relevant to our business.

Key highlights include Trans Mountain’s progress on our ESG commitments and notable achievements including:

  • Publishing our ‘What We Heard’ report, capturing initial insights and learnings gathered as part of a dedicated engagement process with our workers and Indigenous communities for developing the company’s first Reconciliation Action Plan.
  • Reclaiming land along more than 780 kilometres of the Expansion Project right-of-way.
  • Awarding 24 per cent of contracts on the Expansion Project to Indigenous businesses and partnerships, totaling $6 billion since 2016.
  • Training 100 per cent of Expansion Project employees and contractors on our Environmental Protection Rules.
  • Conducting more than 7,200 person days of environmental inspection, more than 5,700 person days of Indigenous Monitoring and more than 23,000 person days of technical field studies and monitoring in 2023 for the Expansion Project.
  • Investing more than $85 million in archaeological studies, conducting more than 84,000 shovel tests and recovering more than 250,000 artifacts to protect heritage resources since 2016. In 2023, Trans Mountain employees and contractors dedicated more than 234,000 hours to archaeological efforts.
  • Conducting more than 8,200 focused safety inspections on the Expansion Project in 2023, demonstrating our commitment to protecting the health and safety of Trans Mountain’s employees, contractors and the public.
  • Mentoring approximately 50 new hires through the company’s new worker mentoring program and expanding the Safety Recognition Program corporate-wide, with more than 4,700 rewards distributed to employees and contractors in 2023.


The company is governed by a skilled Board of Directors and driven by a strong leadership team, conducting the business ethically, responsibly and transparently with a long-term vision for growth.

Trans Mountain plays a key role in safely connecting energy sources with people in Canada and globally. As a responsible company, Trans Mountain strives to balance the economic, social and environmental impacts of its activities while serving this important function.

Read more about Trans Mountain’s ESG commitments.

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