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Meet Matt McTavish: Certified Arborist and Horticulturalist

One of our experts, arborist and horticulturalist Matt McTavish, talks about removing vegetation — and replacing it when construction is done.

Press Release

Pacific Salmon Foundation to Conduct Third-Party Assessment of Pipeline Construction across Sensitive Salmon Bearing Watercourses

The Pacific Salmon Foundation (PSF) and Trans Mountain announced today measures that will be introduced by the pipeline company in the protection of wild Pacific salmon.

Press Release

Backgrounder: Scope of the funding agreement between Pacific Salmon Foundation and Trans Mountain

July 27, 2017

Blog

Trans Mountain Working Hard to Fulfill NEB Conditions with more than 85 filings to date

As construction planning for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project continues, various teams are working hard behind the scenes to ensure ...

Blog

Westridge Fish Release

Kinder Morgan Canada (KMC) values its local relationships and strives to be a good neighbour and community partner. We recently ...

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Great Salmon Send-Off

On May 13, 2017, Kinder Morgan Canada (KMC) participated in the 27th annual Great Salmon Send-Off (GSSO) event at Stoney ...

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Healthy Creek a Priority: Burnaby Group Champions Stoney Creek

When John Templeton thinks about the importance of Stoney Creek to his community, one image stands out. It’s a framed ...

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Five Truths about the Trans Mountain Pipeline

This letter from Kinder Morgan Canada Vice President of regulatory and Finance, Scott Stoness, was originally published as an op-ed in ...

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Photo Tour: Pipeline Panoramas

The existing Trans Mountain Pipelines stretches 1,150 kilometres, traversing many types of landscapes through Alberta and BC. Our pipeline right-of-way ...

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Protecting the Environment: The Lac du Bois Grasslands

Guest post: Margaret Mears, Lead, Environment, Trans Mountain Expansion Project At Trans Mountain, we take our commitment to environmental protection seriously. ...

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