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Peters First Nation Voices Support for the Project

Concerned that the benefits Peters First Nation would receive from the Project are in jeopardy, Chief Norma Webb voiced their support of the Project in a letter to Prime Minister Trudeau.

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43 Aboriginal Groups Have Signed Agreements in Support of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

Trans Mountain has signed 43 Benefit Agreements with Indigenous groups in BC and Alberta, 33 of which are located in BC.

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Spill risks plummeting in well-regulated marine transport sector, new report finds

A new ‘Citizen’s Guide to Tanker Safety and Spill Response’ takes a close look at how the Expansion Project is addressing key public concerns such as spill risk, response and regulation.

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Trans Mountain Statement April 18, 2018

We remain clear and steadfast in our two objectives - the ability to construct in BC and to protect our shareholders.

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Statement from Kinder Morgan Canada Limited

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Kinder Morgan Canada Limited Suspends Non-Essential Spending on Trans Mountain Expansion Project

Will Consult with Stakeholders until May 31st on Potential Paths Forward

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Turbidity Curtain Contains Sediment and Protects Fish at Westridge Marine Terminal

Water samples taken near Westridge Marine Terminal confirm the effectiveness of a turbidity curtain installed to contain sediment stirred up during construction activity.

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Demand Surpasses Capacity on the Trans Mountain Pipeline: System Oversubscribed by 44 per cent in April

Demand for the Trans Mountain pipeline continues to be strong and the current capacity is insufficient to meet the needs of shippers, according to the latest figures for the system.

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Hundreds of Field Visits to Sites Along the Project Corridor Support Development of Geographic Response Plans

Trans Mountain has prepared extensive Geographic Response Plans to help emergency responders react faster, and more effectively, in limiting potential impacts of a spill.

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Watercourse Crossings in Burnaby

A lot of time and care has gone into determining construction methodology and environmental precautions during Project construction to protect streams.

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