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Supporting Indigenous Youth through Employment Programs

Trans Mountain proudly supports Outland Youth Employment Program as the program offers land-based education, training and work opportunities to high school-aged Indigenous youth.

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KOTUG Canada Provides First State-of-the-Art Dual Fuel Methanol Escort Tugs for Trans Mountain's Expanded Operations on Canada's West Coast

KOTUG Canada shall provide the service using two revolutionary new build dual fuel escort tugs, designed by Robert Allan Ltd., a world-renowned naval architect firm based in Vancouver, BC.


Get Cooking: Advancing Employment through Practical Work Skills

Earlier this year, the Trans Mountain Expansion Project and LandSea partnered to offer a pre-employment skills training program for Indigenous Peoples.


National Indigenous History Month and Trans Mountain

June is National Indigenous History Month — a time for all Canadians to celebrate First Nations, Métis and Inuit history, diversity, culture and resiliency across the country.


Indigenous Opportunities Across the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

The Trans Mountain Expansion Project has proudly created significant economic and employment opportunities for Indigenous, local and regional workers across the pipeline corridor.


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.

Press Release

Trans Mountain Releases 2021 Environmental, Social and Governance Report

The report communicates Trans Mountain’s 2021 ESG performance and highlights key commitments over the next two years.


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.

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