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Thank you, BC Interior

Trans Mountain values the relationships it has built with communities along the pipeline corridor over its more than 70-year history. Thank you to BC Interior region for your patience during construct


Thank you, Fraser Valley

Approximately 70 kilometres of pipeline construction is now complete between Bridal Veil Falls to Abbotsford, as well as the completion of the Sumas Terminal expansion.


Thank you, Lower Mainland

Thirty-five kilometres of pipeline construction is now complete between Langley and Burnaby, which included construction close to residential areas.


Trans Mountain’s Relationship with BC Métis Federation 

BC Métis Federation leaders share their positive experiences working with Trans Mountain, describing the significant impact on their economic capacity.


Trans Mountain’s Relationship with Simpcw First Nation 

Simpcw First Nation members share their stories about working with Trans Mountain, including how the Expansion Project has changed their community and their hopes for their Nation’s future.


Trans Mountain's Indigenous Monitoring Program

Listen to five Indigenous Monitors from the Fraser Valley, located in British Columbia, as they discuss their experience working on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.


Thank you, North Thompson Region

Thank you for hosting our workforce and their families and for your patience during construction. Two hundred and one kilometres of pipeline construction is now complete in the North Thompson region.


Drilling Down: Minimizing Impacts with Trenchless Construction

For the majority of the expanded Trans Mountain pipeline route, an open-cut construction method is being used, which involves the pipe being set down into a trench and buried. 


Thank you, Yellowhead Region

Two hundred and eighty-five kilometres of pipeline construction is now complete in Yellowhead County from Spruce Grove to Hinton.


Thank you, Clearwater region

Seventy-five km of pipeline construction is now complete through Vavenby to Darfield, including Clearwater. Teams will return throughout 2023 to finish right-of-way cleanup and reclamation.

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