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Trans Mountain Community Benefit Program Creating Community Legacies

The Village of Wabamun is the first community to develop and complete a community project as a direct result of our Community Benefit Program.

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“We have done our due diligence” — Scia’new First Nation Supports Trans Mountain Expansion Project

Scia’new First Nation says it is “comfortable” that marine spill risks associated with the Trans Mountain Expansion Project have been “minimized” and that spill response capacity has been enhanced

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Canadians Receive A Wide Range of Benefits from the Trans Mountain Expansion Project, Including 15,000 Jobs and $46.7 Billion in Tax Revenue

Expansion Project benefits begin with construction and continue to flow as the expanded oil pipeline system moves into operation.

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June 2018 Capacity Announcement for the Trans Mountain Pipeline System

Total system nominations for the Trans Mountain Pipeline system are apportioned by 43 per cent for June 2018.

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Demand Surpasses Capacity on the Trans Mountain Pipeline: System Oversubscribed by 44 per cent in April

Demand for the Trans Mountain pipeline continues to be strong and the current capacity is insufficient to meet the needs of shippers, according to the latest figures for the system.

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Ian Anderson: Workers and Communities are Waiting on the Sidelines

There are some 3,500 individuals and 3,400 businesses who have signed up to let us know they want to be a part of the Expansion.

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Thousands Interested in Job and Procurement Opportunities

We've received tremendous interest along the pipeline corridor from individuals and businesses seeking opportunities with the Expansion Project.

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Working with Local Business and Community Organizations in 2017

2017 was a busy year as we continued to work with local businesses and organizations, many who have expressed support and excitement for the Project and the opportunities it provides.

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2017 Energy Forum: Important Dialogue on Responsible Energy Development

Kinder Morgan Canada President Ian Anderson along with federal Minister of Natural Resources Jim Carr and Alberta Premier Rachel Notley spoke about the importance of responsible energy development.

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Trans Mountain Named Thompson Rivers University Largest Donor of the Year

The $500,000 in funds gifted to the university will contribute to a 20-year bursary program for students pursuing education and training in trades, social work, research and environmental science.

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