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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Women Building Futures Partners with Transcanada to Attract More Women into the Construction Trades
Edmonton AB, February 27, 2016 /3BL Media/ -- Women Building Futures (WBF), Alberta’s premier trades training organization for women, is pleased to welcome TransCanada as a new partner in the WBF Opportunities for Women in Construction Awareness Campaign (OFWIC). WBF has been running the OFWIC campaign since 2007, the only sustained awareness program of its kind in Western Canada. “This...
Feb 27, 2016 10:30 AM ET
Delivering Joy to Families in Need
Every day, you don't have to look far to find a family in need. Once again TransCanada's employees and families have opened their hearts to help those in need at a time of year when a helping hand is appreciated the most. This holiday season, three charities, including Stephen's Backpacks, the Calgary Food Bank and Tennessee's food bank (The Well), were the focus of those big hearts....
Dec 18, 2015 12:55 PM ET
Hope Is in the Air
It’s easy to see why Chrissy and Travis Hollman chose to raise their family in Terrace, B.C., with its small-town feel and opportunities for growth through liquid natural gas (LNG) related projects. Four weeks after welcoming their son, Soren, he was airlifted to the children’s hospital in Vancouver where he was diagnosed with a ventricular septal defect, causing his heart to overwork and pump...
Dec 8, 2015 8:10 AM ET
Endangered Baby Turtles Led Safely Out to Sea
This fall, TransCanada employees in Mexico and 37 of their relatives came together to preserve lagoon and beach habitat before leading over 500 baby turtles – part of a critically endangered species – out to sea. Increased tourism in Mazatlán, located on Sinaloa’s coast in the northwest of Mexico, had threatened the survival of the Golfina turtle, whose babies are born and return to sea...
Dec 7, 2015 12:25 PM ET
TransCanada Scores Assist With Future Hockey Stars
So many Canadian kids dream of playing hockey. They play on outdoor ponds and rinks, their parents shuttle them to weekend tournaments and early morning practices. And for seventeen-year old Jake Bean, now playing for the Calgary Hitmen, that dream reached an exciting new level after he was...
Oct 29, 2015 12:00 PM ET

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