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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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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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Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee to Monitor Pipeline Construction

An Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee is addressing common issues and priorities raised by Indigenous communities potentially impacted by the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.

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Aboriginal Monitor Training Program Provides Opportunity to Recent Graduates

Recent graduates share their experience in an Aboriginal Monitor Training Program sponsored by Trans Mountain.

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Paying Homage to the Spirit of the Land with the Foothills Ojibway First Nation

KMC President Ian Anderson and others from the company participated in a traditional Sweat and Pipe Ceremony led by Elder and Hereditary Chief Jimmy O’Chiese of the Foothills Ojibway First Nation.

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Aboriginal Monitors: Incorporating Traditional Knowledge in our Environmental Inspection Teams

A recent program has provided environmental field skills training for 14 First Nations students who have qualified to work as Aboriginal monitors on the Expansion Project.

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Simpcw Facilities Expanding: Firehall, Emergency Centre Added

The Simpcw First Nation is giving emergency response services in its traditional territory a major boost through an agreement with the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.

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Working Together: Tzeachten First Nation Conducts Emergency Exercise

Each year Kinder Morgan Canada conducts more than 20 exercises, equipment deployment drills and training opportunities on the Trans Mountain ...

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