TransCanada and Shell Recognized for Contribution to Kitimat Fire Protection Study

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TransCanada and Shell Recognized for Contribution to Kitimat Fire Protection Study

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#CoastalGasLink @TransCanada @Shell_Canada recognized for aid in @KitimatDistrict Fire Protection Study. http://ow.ly/uhuyK

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Pictured (from left to right): Alex Dobri – Fire Captain, Dan Jerrett – Firefighter, Kiel Giddens – TransCanada Pipelines, Peter Bizarro – Deputy Fire Chief, Mary-Ellen Proctor – Shell/LNG Canada, Dave Ingram – Firefighter

Monday, March 10, 2014 - 9:20am

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Originally published on LNG Canada.

As part of a commitment to safety, TransCanada (Coastal GasLink) and Shell Canada (LNG Canada) supported a study that will enable the emergency services in Kitimat, British Columbia to move forward— laying the groundwork for the industrial and residential growth that is currently taking place within the community and surrounding area.

“On behalf of the Kitimat Fire and Ambulance Service, I would like to personally thank Mayor and Council as well as TransCanada and Shell Canada-LNG Canada, whose donations made the study possible, for their continued support and commitment to a safer, healthier community within the District of Kitimat,” said Fire Chief Trent Bossence.

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Keywords: Energy | Coastal GasLink | Emergency Services | Energy | Health & Healthcare | Innovation & Technology | LNG Canada | Shell Canada | Social Impact & Volunteering | TransCanada | safety

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