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Time Flies: One Year of Construction in the Kamloops Urban Area

What a year it has been! In June 2020, Trans Mountain began construction in the Kamloops Urban Area (KUA) and in the past 12 months, we’ve seen tremendous progress.


Advancing Career Goals through Trans Mountain Training Initiatives

Nicole Dunham participated in the Pipeline Construction Readiness Training Program in December 2019. We spoke with her to learn more about the program and how it's helped advance her career.


Creating Indigenous Opportunities Across the Pipeline

As of December 31, 2020, more than 1,000 Indigenous workers have worked on the Expansion Project – over half of whom live in communities directly along the pipeline corridor.


Trans Mountain Market Insights

Trans Mountain is a key investment in the economic future of Canada that will benefit all Canadians for decades to come.


2020 Energy Forum: Story of Trans Mountain and the Expansion Project

This week, Ian Anderson, President and CEO of Trans Mountain, delivered a virtual keynote address at the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade​ Energy Forum.


Catching Up with Camosun

In 2016, Trans Mountain donated $400,000 to the Coastal Skills Initiative at Camosun’s Interurban campus on Vancouver Island.


Hamlet of Robb Pump Track: Ready, Set, Go!

Trans Mountain contributed $140,000 through a Community Benefit Agreement with Yellowhead County to fund the pump track.


Kingsvale Electricity Transmission Line Successfully Energized

On August 31, 2020, the Kingsvale Electricity Transmission line, located south of Merritt in the Nicola Valley, British Columbia, was successfully energized.


Trans Mountain Creates Local Opportunities in Kamloops

Trans Mountain is working with the Kamloops Accommodation Association and Tourism Kamloops to reach out to hotels, motels and commercial accommodation providers.


Quarterly Update: New Employment, Training and Procurement Figures

As of December 31, 2019, about 6.6 million person hours have been spent on the Project.

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