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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.


The Indigenous Panel Success Showcase: Sharing Our Story of Collaboration with Simpcw First Nation

The Showcase provided a platform for Indigenous communities and their enterprise partners to share practical guidance on working together, in common purpose, for shared success.


Indigenous Monitors: Incorporating Indigenous Perspectives into Construction Oversight

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


Advancing Career Opportunities for Indigenous Women

In October 2020, Trans Mountain launched a Project Management Extension Certificate program for Indigenous women from communities along the pipeline corridor.


Creating Indigenous Opportunities Across the Pipeline

As of December 31, 2020, more than 1,000 Indigenous workers have worked on the Expansion Project – over half of whom live in communities directly along the pipeline corridor.


Investing in Training for Indigenous Youth

This past summer, Trans Mountain partnered with Outland Youth Employment Program to deliver a community-driven learning initiative that works toward equity and opportunity for Indigenous youth.


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.


Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc Cultural Ceremony Marks Trans Mountain Expansion Project Construction

Trans Mountain, SMJV and the City of Kamloops were honoured to participate in a Cultural Ceremony led by Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc Elders to acknowledge construction of the Expansion Project in Kamloops.


Indigenous Agreements Provide Lasting Economic and Social Benefits

Expansion to bring more than $500 million in benefits through Agreements with communities.

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Lower Nicola Indian Band Development Corp. Will Own and Operate the New Kingsvale Electricity Transmission Line

Partnership with Trans Mountain and Valard Construction will create new economic opportunities for LNIB.

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