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Trans Mountain June 12, 2018 Letter to DFO

View a copy of our letter to DFO and IAMC in response to June 6, 2018 correspondence from DFO.

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Prime Minster Trudeau Visits Edmonton Terminal

On June 5, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited our Edmonton Terminal to tour the facility, meet with media and host a coffee chat with employees and contractors of the terminal.

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“We have done our due diligence” — Scia’new First Nation Supports Trans Mountain Expansion Project

Scia’new First Nation says it is “comfortable” that marine spill risks associated with the Trans Mountain Expansion Project have been “minimized” and that spill response capacity has been enhanced

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Being Prepared: Enhancing our Plans and Equipment for Wildfire Season

Learn about the plans and equipment we have in place and how you can play a role in keeping our pipelines and facilities safe during wildfire season.

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Canadians Receive A Wide Range of Benefits from the Trans Mountain Expansion Project, Including 15,000 Jobs and $46.7 Billion in Tax Revenue

Expansion Project benefits begin with construction and continue to flow as the expanded oil pipeline system moves into operation.

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Signage at Terminals and Worksites

When driving or walking past our terminals and worksites people may notice new signage.

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Practicing Emergency Response Plans on the North Thompson River

​Last month, Trans Mountain conducted an emergency response equipment deployment on the North Thompson River, near Blackpool, BC.

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June 2018 Capacity Announcement for the Trans Mountain Pipeline System

Total system nominations for the Trans Mountain Pipeline system are apportioned by 43 per cent for June 2018.

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Preventing and Preparing for Flooding and Spring Freshet

Our pipeline Integrity Management and Emergency Management Programs are in place to manage operational concerns, including seasonal challenges that can potentially affect the pipeline.

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The 28th Annual Great Salmon Send-Off

2018 marks the 28th year of the Great Salmon Send-Off and hundreds of people came to Stoney Creek Community School in Burnaby to celebrate.

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Safe Boating Week an Opportunity for Small Vessel Operators to Focus on Safe Navigation Skills

Waterway users in Burrard Inlet are encouraged to exercise extra caution when nearing the Westridge construction area and to familiarize themselves with safety protocols .

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Managing Stormwater Runoff at Westridge Marine Terminal is a Priority

At Westridge Marine Terminal, a plan has been developed to protect local water quality during storm events.

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Project Includes Extensive Plans for Mitigating Impacts on Species at Risk

Since 2012, our environmental team has been out in the field studying a wide range of environmental features, including plants, fish, wildlife and species at risk.

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Canadian Spill Liability and Compensation Regimes Protect Taxpayers, Transport Canada Tells BC

“Unlimited” compensation for marine spills pending with Oceans Protection Act, Transport Canada says in response to BC government policy plan.

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The Government of Canada Responds to the BC Government Intentions Paper on Spill Management

Transport Canada report provides clear and accurate picture of spill management in Canada.

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A Family With Strong Roots in the Westridge Area of Burnaby

A former long-time Burnaby resident explains why he wants to see the Trans Mountain Expansion Project built.

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Trans Mountain Supporting Ongoing Canadian Research of Diluted Bitumen Behaviour in Water

Canadian researchers have devoted considerable time and effort over the past six years to confirm that diluted bitumen behaves the same in water as other oil products — it floats

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Simpcw Resources Group’s Pipeline Contracting Work Balances Jobs and Respect for the Environment

Over the past decade, a construction company created by the Simpcw First Nation has been carrying out a wide range of services for Trans Mountain Pipeline.

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Simpcw First Nation Voices Speak Out in Support of the Project

The Chief and Council of the Simpcw First Nation are speaking out on behalf of their Nation in support of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.

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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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