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Getting Ready for Construction: Right-of-Way Preparation

One of the first activities in preparation for construction work is removal of trees and vegetation in areas along the pipeline, at temporary worksites and at facilities.

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Burnaby Terminal Relocation Activities

To accommodate relocation of existing infrastructure, the following steps will occur on our Burnaby Terminal property.

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Pipeline Going Underground: Trenchless Crossings Reduce Impact

Trenchless methods allow for underground crossings that minimize disturbance to highways, railways, major rivers and other watercourses, sensitive environmental areas and urban areas.

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EVRAZ: A World Leader in Pipe Manufacturing

At least 75% of the pipe needed for the Expansion Project is coming from a manufacturing facility in Regina. That supports hundreds of well-paying jobs for Canadians.

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Trans Mountain Announces Kiewit-Ledcor as Major Lower Mainland Contractor of the Project: Contractor to Begin Hiring Workforce to Get Shovels in the Ground in September 2017

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Randal Bergman: There Will Only be a Few Homes Closer or as Close to the Pipeline as Ours

Once the pipeline is built, there will only be a few homes closer or as close to the pipeline as ...

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Integrity Digs Part of a Robust Pipeline Safety Program

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Burnaby Integrity Dig a Key Completed: High Tech Tools and Visual Inspections are Key Components of the Integrity Program for the Trans Mountain Pipeline

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Advancing Wildfire was a Real-World Test for Kinder Morgan Canada's Trans Mountain Emergency Management Program

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Scheduled Maintenance on Existing Trans Mountain Pipeline - February - March 2014