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Trans Mountain’s Relationship with Enoch Cree Nation

Enoch Cree Nation members share their story of how the Expansion Project revitalized Enoch Construction Limited (ECL) by creating long-lasting benefits and more.


Trans Mountain’s Relationship with Lower Nicola Indian Band

Leesa Mike, Director of Economic Development, with Lower Nicola Indian Band discusses how the community benefited through its involvement in the Expansion Project.


Trans Mountain’s Relationship with Lac Ste. Anne Métis

Tracy Friedel from the Lac Ste. Anne Métis Community Association shares how the group benefited from its positive experience with the Expansion Project.


Trans Mountain’s Relationship with BC Métis Federation 

BC Métis Federation leaders share their positive experiences working with Trans Mountain, describing the significant impact on their economic capacity.


Trans Mountain Releases What We Heard Report

Trans Mountain seeks to develop a Reconciliation Action Plan that is informed through engagement – both internal and external – and that will evolve over time.


Trans Mountain’s Relationship with Simpcw First Nation 

Simpcw First Nation members share their stories about working with Trans Mountain, including how the Expansion Project has changed their community and their hopes for their Nation’s future.


Trans Mountain’s Marine Relationship with Sc’ianew First Nation

Trans Mountain’s relationship with the Sc’ianew First Nation, located in Beecher Bay on Vancouver Island, has shared values of protecting the marine environment and building spill response capacity.


Trans Mountain's Indigenous Monitoring Program

Listen to five Indigenous Monitors from the Fraser Valley, located in British Columbia, as they discuss their experience working on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.


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.

Press Release

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.

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