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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 .


Spill risks plummeting in well-regulated marine transport sector, new report finds

A new ‘Citizen’s Guide to Tanker Safety and Spill Response’ takes a close look at how the Expansion Project is addressing key public concerns such as spill risk, response and regulation.


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.


Master Mariner Bikramjit Kanjilal: Managing Risk a Priority

Trans Mountain is a leading member of the Salish Sea marine community with a long record of contributions to marine ...


Tug Escorts are an Important Mitigation Measure

Trans Mountain believes the safety of our coastline is paramount. We have a deep appreciation for the cultural, environmental and ...


The Shipping Route: Ensuring Safety on the Salish Sea

Much like cars driving on the highway, all large commercial vessels must transit the Salish Sea via the well-established commercial ...


Marine Safety Enhancements Already Underway in Local Waters

Bikramjit Kanjilal, Consulting Lead for Marine Development, Trans Mountain Expansion Project As a Master Mariner with more than 40 years ...


Marine Safety: Enhancements Already Underway in Local Waters

Since 1956 we’ve loaded vessels from our Burnaby marine terminal without a single spill from tanker operations. The region’s already ...


Kinder Morgan Canada Conducts Company's Largest Emergency Exercise


Trans Mountain Files Responses to TERMPOL-Related Intervenor Information Requests