The project’s potential impact over the vegetation and wetlands can take place where the activities of project can affect such resources. These impacts are likely to take place due to the operational and construction elements of the project (National Energy Board NEB, 2016). Methods of assessment and field survey is based on the approaches that are standardized articulated over time by prior consultation with the Alberta and federal agencies of regulation along with the stakeholders. These methods of field are adequate in predicting the effects of project on the vegetation and wetlands. These effects involve changes within the communities of native vegetation, wetlands being disturbed or lost, changes within the ECMC, and the plant SOMC change. Such effects can also introduce or widely spread the plant species that are non-native and invasive as defined by the provincial regulations (Anifowose et al., 2014). It is considered that the native vegetation communities are existing even after the previous disturbances due to that the transportation, industry, development and agriculture and wetlands are existing in variety of conditions like high quality and degraded both.