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Imperial's Waterdown to Finch Project

Hamilton, Ontario to Toronto, Ontario

The Somerville-Aecon Waterdown to Finch Pipeline Joint Venture is currently working on the Waterdown to Finch Pipeline project, a proactive measure to ensure continued safe and reliable fuel supply by replacing 63-kilometres of the pipeline, from the Waterdown pump station in rural Hamilton to the storage facility in Toronto's North York area. This critical infrastructure provides fuels used by households and businesses across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) – keeping people, goods and services moving throughout the region. The project involves working mainly within the existing hydro corridor to complete pipeline replacement work.

Imperial Oil


This project is committed to:

  • Putting safety first – a priority shared by Imperial and Somerville-Aecon Joint Venture
  • Protecting the local environment by ensuring the highest standards of environmental safety and sustainability are observed
  • Following a thorough regulatory process including a thorough environmental assessment, and collaboration with landowners, communities and Indigenous groups
  • Keeping stakeholders informed through meaningful engagement with local residents, government and Indigenous communities
  • Creating local jobs building on the strong presence of Imperial and SA Energy Group in Ontario, and embracing diversity and inclusion
  • Minimizing impacts of any disruptions by working closely with municipalities, residents and all stakeholders to help inform solutions

Waterdown to Finch Project

Map of Waterdown to Finch Project location

Community members are encouraged to reach out to Imperial's Waterdown to Finch Project with any questions about the project or for further information.