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BC Environmental Certificate for the Expansion Project is Valid and Remains in Place

On September 17, The British Columbia Court of Appeal ruled that the BC Environmental Assessment Certificate for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project is valid and remains in place.

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Talking Sustainability

​On June 27, 2019, Trans Mountain was invited by the Burnaby Board of Trade​ to speak at their annual “Business Innovation & Sustainability Talks” forum.

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How Far They’ll Go: The Great Salmon Send-Off

​On Saturday, May 11, 2019, Trans Mountain was pleased to once again sponsor the 29th annual Great Salmon Send-Off in Burnaby.

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Protecting Wildlife: Eagle Nest Mitigation Plan

We've worked closely with regulatory agencies and third-party subject matter experts to prevent loss of nesting habitat.

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Knowledge Base Continues to Grow Around Fate and Behaviour of Oil in Marine Environment

Government and non-government researchers making ‘considerable progress’ in understanding how to manage marine oil spill risks.

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Going Beyond the Headline: Trans Mountain Conducts Substantial Work to Protect Fish Habitat

We are committed to protecting fish and fish habitat, and we push to continuously improve our performance and minimize the impacts of our activities today and long into the future.

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Voluntary Commercial Vessel Slowdowns Effective at Reducing Shipping-Related Underwater Noise

Reduced underwater noise resulting from slowdown of vessel speeds may benefit the behaviour and foraging success of southern resident killer whales, ECHO program report suggests.

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Federal Authorities File Direct Evidence for NEB Reconsideration Hearing

On October 31, Federal Authorities filed direct evidence with the National Energy Board (NEB) in relation to Project-relate marine shipping.

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Marine Shipping: What's on the Record

As evidence already on the record won’t be re-filed and re-tested as part of the National Energy Board's Reconsideration Hearing, we've highlighted some of what has already been presented to the NEB.

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Talking Trees: Working with the Community to Maintain the Right-of-Way

Where the Trans Mountain pipeline runs through residential neighbourhoods, it is important we work with the community when maintenance is required along the right-of-way.

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Marine Issues Key to NEB Reconsideration of Trans Mountain Expansion Project

The list of issues for the National Energy Board’s reconsideration of the Expansion Project encompasses several, but not all, of the Board’s original terms and conditions for the Project.

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Trans Mountain Measures up to Green Marine Environmental Goals

Trans Mountain maintains Green Marine performance ratings as a part of commitment to reduce environmental footprint at Westridge Marine Terminal.

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Trans Mountain’s Preparations for Increased Oil Tanker Traffic are Extensive and Detailed

Trans Mountain has been working since 2012 to ensure risks and other impacts associated with the expansion of its pipeline and Westridge Marine Terminal are well-managed.

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Managing Impacts: Pile Driving at Westridge Marine Terminal Delayed While Stray Sea Lion Escorted Home to Marine Research Station

Trans Mountain delays start of impact pile driving at Westridge while stray Stellar sea lion is escorted home to marine research station at east end of Burrard Inlet.

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Relocation of Vapour Combustion Unit at Westridge Marine Terminal a Complex but Seamless Operation

A team of 45 people worked for 13 days to successfully relocate the Vapour Combustion Unit and associated equipment at Westridge.

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The 28th Annual Great Salmon Send-Off

2018 marks the 28th year of the Great Salmon Send-Off and hundreds of people came to Stoney Creek Community School in Burnaby to celebrate.

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Managing Stormwater Runoff at Westridge Marine Terminal is a Priority

At Westridge Marine Terminal, a plan has been developed to protect local water quality during storm events.

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Project Includes Extensive Plans for Mitigating Impacts on Species at Risk

Since 2012, our environmental team has been out in the field studying a wide range of environmental features, including plants, fish, wildlife and species at risk.

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Canadian Spill Liability and Compensation Regimes Protect Taxpayers, Transport Canada Tells BC

“Unlimited” compensation for marine spills pending with Oceans Protection Act, Transport Canada says in response to BC government policy plan.

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The Government of Canada Responds to the BC Government Intentions Paper on Spill Management

Transport Canada report provides clear and accurate picture of spill management in Canada.

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