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Awareness is the Key to Safe Recreational Boating in Port of Vancouver

Jason Krott, Manager Marine Operations and Fleet for the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority shares some tips on how to stay safe on the water.

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Emergency Training Ensures Readiness for Fire Events

One- and two-day training exercises in BC focus on quick and effective response to potential terminal fire and wildfire events.

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How Far They’ll Go: The Great Salmon Send-Off

​On Saturday, May 11, 2019, Trans Mountain was pleased to once again sponsor the 29th annual Great Salmon Send-Off in Burnaby.

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Burnaby Terminal: Designed and Operated to Meet Stringent Safety Standards

Our pipeline and facilities are prepared for all kinds of natural hazards that could pose a concern to our operations like earthquakes, seasonal flooding or wildfires.

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Trans Mountain Corporation Releases 2018 Financial Results

Reports Performance for Pipeline; Focus on Safety and Transition from Kinder Morgan

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Landowner Update: Respectful Relationships Are a Priority

Bob Love, manager, land and right-of-way, discusses our continued commitment to keeping landowners and occupants connected and informed.

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Protecting Wildlife: Eagle Nest Mitigation Plan

We've worked closely with regulatory agencies and third-party subject matter experts to prevent loss of nesting habitat.

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Update: May 2019 Capacity Announcement for the Trans Mountain Pipeline System

Demand for capacity on the pipeline system remains strong, total system nominations are apportioned by 28 per cent for May.

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National Day of Mourning

April 28 is officially recognized as the National Day of Mourning, dedicated to remembering workers who have suffered a workplace illness, been injured or lost their lives while performing their job.

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Trans Mountain’s Statement on the Government’s Update for a Decision on the Expansion Project

Trans Mountain welcomes the certainty provided by Minister Sohi’s announcement regarding an extension to the date for a decision on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.

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Business Readiness Workshops in the BC Interior

In preparation for construction on the Expansion Project, Trans Mountain resumed its Business Readiness Workshops at the end of March with events held in Merritt and Kamloops.

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Burnaby Facility Upgrades and Maintenance Continue

Maintenance and facility upgrades continue at Burnaby Terminal and Westridge Marine Terminal to secure and protect the existing facilities and ensure the continued safe operations at both terminals.

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Update: April 2019 Capacity Announcement for the Trans Mountain Pipeline System

Demand for capacity on the pipeline system remains strong, total system nominations are apportioned by 29 per cent for April.

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Fewer Tanker Spills Occur Despite Doubling of Vessel Traffic Since 1970

Oil spill risks are a small fraction of what they were in the 1970s, thanks to action by industry and government, the International Oil Tankers Pollution Federation reports.

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Tanker Safety Improvements Further Mitigate Risk and Protect Marine Environment

Tanker safety has improved with new regulations, more robust ship design codes, enhanced emergency preparedness and response systems, and better self-regulation and procedures.

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Focus on Conditions: Reconsideration Report

In their report, the NEB released 156 conditions that Trans Mountain would be required to meet in order for the Project to be carried out.

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NEB Approves Incentive Toll Settlement Between Trans Mountain and Shippers

The National Energy Board has determined Trans Mountain’s new three-year toll settlement is in the public’s interest.

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Tankers are a Small Portion of Overall Vessel Traffic in the Salish Sea

Marine transportation in the Salish Sea encompasses vessels that range from large commercial vessels such as container ships to small pleasure craft.

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Strong Support for National Energy Board’s Trans Mountain Expansion Project Approval Recommendation

Since the NEB delivered its Reconsideration report to the Government of Canada, a number of organizations have come forward to express their views of the report and support for the recommendation.

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Update: March 2019 Capacity Announcement for the Trans Mountain Pipeline System

Demand for capacity on the pipeline system remains strong, total system nominations are apportioned by 33 per cent for March.

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