In Your Community
Our relationships with stakeholders and communities along our pipelines and facilities are important to us.
PMC has assets near numerous communities across Canada and the United States. Our employees live and work in and around these communities. PMC engages various stakeholders who could be affected by our operations including landowners, governments, regulatory agencies, municipal associations, customers, employees, contractors, business partners, environmental organizations and other special interest groups. We also pursue strong relationships with Aboriginal communities near our operations.
PMC contributes to the communities along our pipelines and facilities through our Community Investment program, Employee Charitable Giving program (CARE), taxes, and participation in local stakeholder groups.
Plains Midstream Canada believes the foundation of long-term and mutually beneficial relationships is trust and respect, which is achieved through clear communication, transparency of objectives, and a shared sense of responsibility./page/community-relations
Plains Midstream Canada (PMC) staff work with our peers through associations to share learnings and best practices./page/industry-associations
The Land Matters Consultation Initiative was launched by the NEB as a forum to engage with interested stakeholders and organizations on making improvements in matters related to land and federally regulated pipelines./page/neb-land-matters-consultation-initiative