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Investing in Long-Lasting Assets to Support Communities in the Future

For the Trans Mountain Expansion Project, we use existing campsites to temporarily accommodate construction workers and develop yards for industrial laydown or for new camp facilities.


A Renewed Commitment to Indigenous Reconciliation

June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day and is dedicated to recognizing and celebrating the history, heritage and diversity of the First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Peoples.


Protecting Traditional Land Use and Cultural Heritage Resources

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


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.


Meet Sun Ridge Contracting: Indigenous Sub-contractor for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

In recognition of International Women’s Day, we're excited to share how Carrie Leonard—Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc member, CEO and co-owner of Sun Ridge Contracting – breaks the bias as an Indigenous woman


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.


Indigenous Opportunities Across the Pipeline

Along the pipeline corridor, the Trans Mountain Expansion Project continues to create employment and economic opportunities for Indigenous, local, and regional workers.


Gratitude in 2021

While 2020 may have been a year like no other, 2021 was another one for the books. Despite this year's challenges, Trans Mountain has so much to be grateful for.

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KOTUG Canada to Dedicate and Operate Three High Performance Vessels to Support the Trans Mountain Expansion Project with Tanker Escort and Marine Response

KOTUG Canada will provide escort towage to laden tankers in the Salish Sea.


Ian Anderson: A Personal and Organizational Approach to Reconciliation

On September 30, all Canadians will have the opportunity to recognize and reflect on our shared history by marking the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.

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