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A company is proposing to build a floating dredge system on the Fraser River near the Port of Vancouver.

The proposal would cost $20 million, the company said in a media release.

The Fraser River has about 30,000 people.

In the past, the province has done dredging on the river, but in recent years has been reluctant to invest in the project, saying the project could cost billions more.

The new project would be located about 30 kilometres east of Port Coquitlam.

The project would also be the first of its kind in British Columbia, said Dan Hynes, the executive vice-president of the Vancouver-based company, which is also proposing a floating pipeline to carry oil sands oil to the Port.

The proposed pipeline would take a little more than 300 kilometres of water.

The pipeline would run along the coast, along the southern tip of the Fraser, to the southern coast of the B.C. Interior.

It would be built in stages.

The company said it would use a mix of water and cement to fill the pipe, then pipe that water back to the pipeline and then use it to transport the oil to an oil sands mine near Port Coquihalla.

The project is also being opposed by local landowners.

They are concerned that the project will impact their land and that it will threaten the water quality of the river.

Hynes said the project would help build confidence in the pipeline, and that the company will continue to monitor water quality at the project site.

He said the company is currently in discussions with the City of Vancouver and the Port on how best to manage the water, sediment and other factors.

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