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Trans Mountain Signs Community Benefit Agreement with the Town of Edson

Trans Mountain and the Town of Edson are pleased to announce a Community Benefit Agreement that will see a $300,000 investment from Trans Mountain towards enhancing Vision Park.


Night Work at our Lower Mainland Terminals: Minimizing Disruptions

​In order to maintain the continued safe operations of our terminals, and due to scheduling restraints, some work at our facilities in Burnaby will need to take place over night.


Hamlet of Robb Pump Track: Ready, Set, Go!

Trans Mountain contributed $140,000 through a Community Benefit Agreement with Yellowhead County to fund the pump track.


Business Readiness Workshop in the Fraser Valley

The last in a series of 12 workshops along the pipeline route that provided tools and information to help local businesses prepare for potential opportunities on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.


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.


Project Update: Construction in Kamloops

Last week, the first piece of pipe went into the ground in Kamloops! This segment is the first of 185 kilometres of pipe in the region.


Connecting with our Communities Continues Safely

​Engagement with local governments looks a little different this year, but we continue to find ways to share information and answer questions from our stakeholders during these unprecedented times.

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Trans Mountain and the City of Surrey Announce a $500,000 Community Benefit Agreement

Trans Mountain and the City of Surrey are pleased to announce a Community Benefit Agreement that will see a $500,000 investment towards enhancing the local trail network in the Fraser Heights.


Kingsvale Electricity Transmission Line Successfully Energized

On August 31, 2020, the Kingsvale Electricity Transmission line, located south of Merritt in the Nicola Valley, British Columbia, was successfully energized.


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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