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Public Officials

While our industry-leading approach to safety is focused on public safety, there are some things that you, as a public official, need to know to help us maintain the safety of your community. Advanced knowledge of pipeline locations, the products transported, whom to contact, and how to work together in the event of an emergency are critical factors to community safety.

To help keep you informed we have created a Guide to Pipeline Safety for Public Officials​​​. Please review this information carefully, share it with your colleagues and keep it handy.​​

Please contact your provincial Community & Indigenous Engagement representative regarding any questions or concerns.​​

British Columbia
Michaela Bjorseth
Technical Manager, Community & Indigenous Engagement
Transmission North Complex, Fort St. John, BC, V1J 0P1
(250) 264-9228

Alberta
Peter Hansen
Strategist, Community & Indigenous Engagement
Enbridge Pipelines Inc.
Suite 836, 8005 Emerald Drive, Sherwood Park, AB, T8H 0P1
(780) 449-2607

Saskatchewan
Keira Cappo
Advisor, Community & Indigenous Engagement
Enbridge Pipeline Inc.
119E - 9th Avenue North, Regina, SK, S4P 3B2
(306) 790-0521

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