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Recap: Emergency Response Exercise on the Fraser River

As part of its ongoing commitment to safety and emergency preparedness, Kinder Morgan Canada Limited conducted an emergency response exercise on the Fraser River on October 3 and 4, 2017.

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Kinder Morgan goes through 'full-scale' emergency exercise at tank farm

Kinder Morgan went through a full-scale emergency response exercise at its Burnaby terminal as part of one of the National Energy Board’s conditions for the Trans Mountain expansion project.

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Sharing Knowledge: Emergency Manager Contributes to BC Wildfire Efforts

Kinder Morgan Canada’s Kelly Malinoski got a first-hand look at how BC manages wildfires during a six-day secondment to the Provincial Emergency Coordination Centre in Victoria.

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Hope Fire Department: Strong Relationships Key to Emergency Response

Kelly Malinoski, Manager of Emergency Management for Kinder Morgan Canada Limited and Hope Fire Chief Tom DeSorcy discuss the importance of maintaining strong relationships.

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Emergency Response Exercise: Fraser River Equipment Deployment

The exercise consisted of land-based spill response training, setup and deployment of equipment followed by an on-water deployment on the Fraser and Coquihalla Rivers.

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Protecting the Pipeline as Wildfires Advance through BC’s Interior

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Emergency Response Exercise: Burnaby Terminal

The exercise provided an opportunity to develop and enhance response skills to fire incidents with the primary focus on safety and use of proper response equipment.

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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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Response Capacity Enhanced: $150 Million for New Bases, Jobs

Trans Mountain Pipeline is facilitating an investment of $150 million by Western Canada Marine Response Corporation to establish six new response bases, about 135 new personnel and 43 new vessels.

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Emergency Response Exercise: Puget Sound

The exercise involved approximately 130 participants, including representatives from multiple agencies in Canada and the United States.

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