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Learn more about construction of the Westridge and Burnaby Terminals.Find out More
It’s Lexa Hobenshield’s job to make sure the people who live and work in communities along the proposed Trans Mountain Expansion Project route are informed about the proposed Project and have a chance to ask questions and provide input. We asked Lexa to tell us more about her role and why it’s so important to engage with stakeholders along the proposed expansion route.Learn More
What is the Burnaby plant going to do with all this bitumen? Is it intended for refining at the Burnaby facility or is it going to be exported via tankers out Burrard inlet?
What was the NEB decision on Trans Mountain to expand your pipeline
At Trans Mountain, we consider ourselves neighbours of the Aboriginal communities the pipeline crosses. Trans Mountain works with numerous Aboriginal communities in a spirit of collaboration and mutual responsibility.Read More
In the spirit of transparency and accountability, Trans Mountain is committed to open, extensive and thorough public engagement across the pipeline and marine corridor.Learn More
Since 2012, Trans Mountain has been engaging with stakeholders, landowners, Aboriginal communities and the public to hear questions, concerns and feedback about the Project plans. All feedback provided has been addressed or incorporated into Project planning and submitted to the National Energy Board.Find out More
Where can a person find information on Kinder Morgan's state of the art cleanup capabilities in case of a spill on land or water?
How do you plan to clean up a spill when it sinks into the water column? It's my understanding that nobody knows how to do this.
Is there anything we can do to stop the construction of the pipeline at this point?
All along the pipeline, Trans Mountain works with landowners to reach fair and equitable agreements. Trans Mountain continues to address any questions and concerns from landowners.Read More