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Protecting Watercourses and Fish Habitat

We know creeks and streams are an important part of our environment. That’s why we're committed to maintaining the highest standard of environmental protection for watercourses along the Project...


In-Stream Work on Coquihalla River Crossing Successfully Completed in Hope

Now that the pipe has been installed, the stream will return to the natural flow path. Work to reclaim the site to its original condition with additional bed and bank flood protection is ongoing.

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Trans Mountain Releases 2021 Environmental, Social and Governance Report

The report communicates Trans Mountain’s 2021 ESG performance and highlights key commitments over the next two years.


Protecting Traditional Land Use and Cultural Heritage Resources

Approved mitigation plans are in place to reduce potential impacts to Traditional Land Use (TLU) areas.


Protecting the Great Blue Heron

Trans Mountain has developed policies and procedures for the protection of birds and their habitat. Mitigation measures are in place to ensure birds and their nests are protected during construction.


Building Capacity in Beecher Bay

Trans Mountain’s partnership with the Sc’ianew First Nation shared values of protecting the marine environment, building capacity and growing local economies.


Protecting the Environment: Archaeological Impacts

Trans Mountain is committed to the protection of archaeological and heritage sites, as well as areas of cultural significance for Indigenous groups.


Plan, Prepare and Protect: A Spotlight on Chance Finds during Construction

Through years of Project planning and engagement with Indigenous Peoples, we have developed extensive mitigation plans to reduce potential impacts to Traditional Land Use areas and Heritage Resources.


Hop to it! Protecting Amphibians

Since 2012, the environmental team for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project has been out in the field studying a wide range of environmental features, including plants, fish and wildlife.


A New Pack at Westridge Marine Terminal

As part of the Expansion Project, substantial work has gone into determining potential environmental impacts and mitigation methods to reduce the impact to the environment.

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