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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.

Blog

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.

Blog

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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Eaglet Spotted: Protecting Wildlife at our Westridge Marine Terminal

Earlier this month, we received confirmation that an eaglet has been spotted in a nest near our Westridge Marine Terminal!

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What You Need to Know: Cryptogamic Crust Salvage

As part of our work to prepare for construction of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project in Kamloops, Trans Mountain Resource Specialists are salvaging cryptogamic crust in Kenna Cartwright Park.

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Protecting our Marine Environment through Green Marine

As part of Trans Mountain’s commitment to environmental protection, we work in collaboration with Green Marine, a voluntary environmental performance program for the North American marine industry.

Blog

A New Initiative puts Canada’s Oceans Protection Plan on the Map

The $1.5 billion Oceans Protection Plan (OPP), launched on November 7th, 2016, by the Government of Canada is the largest single investment ever made to protect Canada’s coast and waterways.

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Talking Trees: Minimizing Impacts Through Timber Management Practices

We spoke to a member of our forestry management team to learn more about our timber management practices and how we are minimizing construction impacts.

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Trans Mountain Gives Back: A Year in Review

In 2019, Trans Mountain donated approximately $240,000 to over 100 community and Indigenous organizations in British Columbia and Alberta.

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Burnaby Terminal Tour Shows Streamkeepers how Trans Mountain Plans to Protect Local Waterways

A group of local conservationists recently got a close-up look at Trans Mountain's plans for protecting the quality of waterways running through Burnaby Terminal.

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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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