Indigenous Opportunities Across the Pipeline

Trans Mountain is prioritizing and maximizing Indigenous, local and regional hiring to the greatest extent practicable. As of April 2022, more than 2,500 Indigenous workers have worked on the Expansion Project – over half of whom live in communities directly along the pipeline corridor.

As of November 2021, Trans Mountain has signed 67 Agreements with 73 Indigenous groups in BC and Alberta that represent more than $550 million in benefits and opportunities for Indigenous communities.

For more information, please visit our Project Benefits page.

Click Here to view a snapshot of employment, business and economic opportunities for Indigenous communities along the pipeline corridor.

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Carrie Leonard, an active Tk'emlups te Secwepemc community member and CEO of Sun Ridge Contracting (SRC) is highlighted. SRC has worked on the Trans Mountain Project since 2019.