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Indigenous Monitors: Incorporating Indigenous Perspectives into Construction Oversight

Indigenous Monitors work as an integrated part of the Expansion Project Environmental Inspection team.

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Protecting Birds During Construction

To understand the significant efforts undertaken and regulations that Trans Mountain adheres to, we spoke with a few of our experienced environmental inspectors.

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When it Rains, it Pours – The Unique Challenges of Water Management During Burnaby Terminal Construction

As everyone who lives in BC’s Lower Mainland knows, year-round rainfall is high and steady. Our Burnaby Terminal receives on average 1,500 millimetres of rain per year.

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A Closer Look at Industry-Leading Environmental Protection Rules on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

Sean Britt, Director of Environment for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project provides an update on the program and how it’s helping us deliver on our commitment to the environment.

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Snakes on a Plain – Salvaging Snakes in the BC Interior

Last fall, in the course of carrying out pre-construction environmental surveys, the Expansion Project’s environmental team located three snake dens in the Lac Du Bois grasslands just outside of...

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Protecting the American Badger

Trans Mountain’s commitment to protecting wildlife and their habitat also extends to our existing operations. Earlier this year, planned maintenance along the pipeline route was rescheduled due to...

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Innovative Fish Deterrent System Will Continue to Minimize Potential Impacts on Fish and Fish Habitat

In April 2020, we implemented an additional fish deterrent method known as Acoustic Fish Deflection in the offshore work area of Westridge Marine Terminal.

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Balsam Trees Thriving in Mount Robson Provincial Park

Last year, a unique bioengineering plan was put in place along the pipeline right-of-way in Mount Robson Provincial Park, the result of a collaborative effort with engineering and environmental firms.

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What You Need to Know: Routing Through the Brunette River Corridor

When determining the route, we took into consideration community land use, including residences, commercial, recreation and parks, and environmentally sensitive areas.

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Snailed It! Protecting the Oregon Forestsnail

Wildlife resource specialists were recently in the field salvaging Oregon forestsnails from the Project footprint and relocating them to adjacent suitable habitat.

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