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Update on Trans Mountain Construction Activities

Trans Mountain is winding down in-field construction activities in a safe, secure and environmentally appropriate manner.

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Trans Mountain Corporation: Who We Are

As of August 31, 2018, the Trans Mountain pipeline system and Trans Mountain Expansion Project are now part of the Trans Mountain Corporation.

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Trans Mountain Corporation. Our name has changed, but our commitments remain.

Over our history, the Trans Mountain Pipeline has had several different owners, but through it all, two things have remained steadfast. Safety and our relationships.

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Update: September 2018 Capacity Announcement for the Trans Mountain Pipeline System

Demand for capacity on the Trans Mountain Pipeline system continues to be robust.

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Pipeline Construction is Underway

Pipeline construction for the Expansion Project has officially begun. Trans Mountain celebrated the big milestone this month, as crews kicked off construction in Central Alberta.

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Managing Impacts: Pile Driving at Westridge Marine Terminal Delayed While Stray Sea Lion Escorted Home to Marine Research Station

Trans Mountain delays start of impact pile driving at Westridge while stray Stellar sea lion is escorted home to marine research station at east end of Burrard Inlet.

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Alberta Contractor Kickoff Heralds Start of Trans Mountain Expansion Project Pre-construction Work

Contractors working on the 289-kilometre Yellowhead section of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project gathered recently in Edson for Project orientation and safety sessions

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Western Canada Marine Response Corporation Expanding to New Response Base on Lower Fraser River

A new Fraser River spill response base will be located at Shelter Island in Richmond as part of a major service expansion for the Western Canada Marine Response Corporation.

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Update: Contractors for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

Trans Mountain has selected seven contractors to lead construction of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project, which includes work on 980 kilometres of pipeline and all associated facilities.

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Preparation Work for Pipeline Construction Begins in Alberta

Activities such as surveying, access development and tree clearing are underway in the Yellowhead County, Alberta area, as workers prepare the right-of-way for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.

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Isobel Lake Mobility Trail Welcomes Wide Range of Visitors Thanks to a Local Volunteer Group

Trans Mountain is a sponsor of the Isobel Lake Mobility Trail, a project of the Kamloops Thompson Trails Alliance. The scenic trail can be enjoyed by people with varying degrees of mobility.

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Ian Anderson: "Boots-on-the-Ground" Means Canadians Can Begin Sharing in the Success of Trans Mountain

We’re excited to deliver on our commitments and ensure as many people as possible can benefit from an expanded pipeline while maintaining safety and balancing social and environmental interests.

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The Leduc Oil Discovery in 1947 Led Directly to Construction of the Original Trans Mountain Pipeline

The story of the Trans Mountain Pipeline begins with a discovery near Leduc, Alberta that irrevocably changed the course of Canada’s economy.

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Gold Shovel Standard Raises Bar for Ground Disturbance Around Trans Mountain Pipeline

The standard promotes safety through performance measurements, technology and universal participation in the one-call process, and is required a certification for all our workers and contractors.

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Emergency Preparedness: Training with Local Response Agencies on Wildfire Response Plans and Equipment

Parks Canada and Jasper Fire Department recently joined us for fire response and structural protection training at our Jasper Pump Station.

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Update: August 2018 Capacity Announcement for the Trans Mountain Pipeline System

Total system nominations for the Trans Mountain Pipeline system are apportioned by 42 per cent for August 2018.

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Preparing for “Boots-on-the-Ground” Construction

There are many steps to building a pipeline, but before “boots-on-the-ground” construction can begin, there are a number of important actions that need to occur.

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Construction Update: Burnaby Terminal Preparatory Work Underway

At our Burnaby Terminal, preparatory work is currently underway. We are working to place a permanent double-fence system on existing Trans Mountain property.

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New Damage Prevention Initiatives Seek to Enhance Protection of Underground Infrastructure in Canada

We are supporting two key damage prevention initiatives that seek to promote and improve safe digging practices in Canada. Learn more about these initiatives and how you can support them.

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Sumas Terminal Fire Deployment Exercise

Regular training and exercises are integral to our safety and emergency preparedness program to ensure a quick and efficient response in the unlikely event of an emergency.

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