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Community Liaison Committee Meeting Minutes

You can download and review the following CLC meeting minutes here.
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Energy East – What’s in it for New Brunswick?

Here is how the Energy East team works to deliver a world-class project that will safely transport the oil Eastern Canada needs.
The Energy East Pipeline is one of the largest energy infrastructure projects ever undertaken in North America. As a nation, we need to be able to transport Western oil resources to where they are needed, in Eastern Canada.
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Our focus on the environment from Hardisty to Saint John

We will develop the pipeline and the Energy East Terminal in New Brunswick with the same respect for the environment, the same openness and the same rigour we adhered to when building and operating other energy infrastructures.
TransCanada is developing the nearly 4,500-kilometre Energy East Pipeline driven by a commitment to safety and the protection of the environment, not just because we have to but because we want to.
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Detailing the Dialogue – 10 ways we’re connecting with communities in New Brunswick

New Brunswick will play a tremendously important role in the success of the Energy East Pipeline project, which is why we’re so committed to listening to local residents, elected officials, landowners and First Nation communities, and engaging with them in a meaningful dialogue.
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Energy East — Bringing oil and jobs to Eastern Canada

Energy security is a key objective for any country. Yet the benefits of building the Energy East Pipeline go far beyond safely moving oil across our country, from West to East, for the first time. The project will also deliver direct benefits to many communities along the pipeline.
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Thank you for your support New Brunswick!

Many municipalities across all regions of New Brunswick support the Energy East project.
May 27, 2015, the Union of Municipalities of New Brunswick (UMNB) publicly endorsed the Energy East Pipeline Project. Why? Because of the job opportunities this ambitious energy transport infrastructure the project will create in the province.
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A safe pipeline for New Brunswick and the rest of the country

No one has a stronger interest than we do in ensuring the safety of our pipelines and the protection of the environment. When we talk about the need to build the Energy East Pipeline, a project that would create thousands of jobs and strengthen our country’s energy security.
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TransCanada spurs pipeline skills training with new pipe donation in Saint John

Partnering to train a new generation of skilled pipeline workers: (from right to left) François Poirier (TransCanada), Premier Brian Gallant, Phil Hambrook (LiUNA) and Mark Sherman (Irving)
Creating jobs starts with building a skilled workforce. At TransCanada, we constantly look for opportunities to help develop a pool of talented professionals who will be ready for the jobs that are going to be created across the country through the Energy East Pipeline Project.
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NB Premier gets primer on TransCanada’s commitment to pipeline safety

Brian Gallant, the freshly elected premier of New Brunswick, wasted no time after taking office on October 7 to plan a trip west. Two weeks after being sworn in as his province’s 33rd premier, Gallant stepped off a plane in Calgary, and made a visit to TransCanada.
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TransCanada rolls out pipe donation to UA in Miramichi

TransCanada delivered three sections of large-diameter pipe to the United Association (UA) union in Miramichi, New Brunswick, to help the union train a new generation of skilled pipeline welders.
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