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Environmental Protection Plans: Mitigation a Part of Construction

The plans detail the actions required to ensure protection of land, plants, wildlife, fish and the marine environment in all phases of the Project.

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Getting ready for construction: Worker Accommodation

We're engaging with local communities and businesses to ensure non-local workers have a place to live while they’re working — either temporary camps or a mix of commercial and rental accommodation.

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Getting Ready for Construction: Worksite Preparation

Preparations for construction include establishment of worker camps, temporary construction sites, staging areas and access roads along the right-of-way.

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Getting Ready for Construction: Right-of-Way Preparation

One of the first activities in preparation for construction work is removal of trees and vegetation in areas along the pipeline, at temporary worksites and at facilities.

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Community and Construction Liaisons: Creating Community Connections

During construction of the Expansion Project, our goal is to create clear and open communication channels with the communities that will be impacted by construction activities.

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Margaret Mears: Critical that we Protect Farm and Ranch Land

Guest post: Margaret Mears, Environmental Lead Trans Mountain understands it is critical we protect farm and ranch land during construction ...

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Bruce McTavish: Addressing Farmers’ Concerns

Bruce McTavish, a Professional Agrologist and Registered Professional Biologist, is a senior agricultural consultant with the Trans Mountain Expansion Project ...

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Fraser Valley Region to see $626 Million in Project Spending

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