TransCanada Community Investment

TransCanada Community Investment

At TransCanada we don’t just build energy infrastructure; we also build relationships.

Whether it’s partnering with community groups, supporting local initiatives or encouraging our employees to be involved in their neighbourhoods, our goal is to build strong and vibrant communities across North America. Giving back to the communities where we operate is part of our everyday culture and has been for over 60 years. It’s all part of being an employer of choice, a good neighbour and a trusted community partner.

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New Infrastructure Promotes Education in Sinaloa, Mexico
For years, children in the northern region of Mexico’s Sinaloa state had no real place to learn. Teachers would move from one house to another, or cram their young students into a tiny room measuring 6m x 4m – with no furniture, no power, no running water and no washrooms. “For more than 12 years, the level of education for our Indigenous initiation class was deplorable,” said Francisca...
Apr 20, 2017 2:00 PM ET
Scholarship Opportunities Build Bright Futures
What started out as just a job 10 years ago quickly became a passion for Ngatai Crowchild. Although Ngatai always wanted to go back to school to pursue an education degree, she was so dedicated to her job teaching children in the mainstream and language programs with the Tsuu T’ina Gunaha Institute that taking a break from work to study full-time was a dream placed on the back burner for years...
Mar 16, 2017 4:25 PM ET
Smiles and Hope in Fraser Lake
Residents of Fraser Lake, B.C. — a village along the Coastal GasLink pipeline project route — say TransCanada and its employees have become friends and partners, breathing new life into the...
Sep 21, 2016 5:40 PM ET
A Good Neighbour in Bad Times
TransCanada helps out after southern Manitoba tornado A “huge tornado-producing storm” July 23 left the residents of Long Plain First Nation and surrounding southern Manitoba communities...
Aug 12, 2016 7:00 AM ET
Protecting the ‘Canary in the Coal Mine’
Community rallies to protect trout, improve water quality in Crowsnest Pass Sometimes small steps can springboard into leaps. Restoring an old, forgotten and collapsed bridge in a small foothills stream could encourage the recovery of the threatened Westslope cutthroat trout population in Allison Creek in the Crowsnest Pass area of southern Alberta. “Westslope...
Jul 21, 2016 7:40 AM ET

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