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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Uniting to Conserve the Waldron Ranch
There are places where you’re there and time seems to stand still. You could imagine yourself in 1830 watching a herd of buffalo or a First Nations community moving across the landscape with their horses and travois. Most of it still looks that natural, and it still is that beautiful, to me. For Nature Conservancy of...
Mar 4, 2015 7:00 AM ET
TransCanada and the UA Canadian Piping Trades Join as Presenting Sponsors for 2015 Skills Canada National Competition
Press release originally released and hosted by Skills Canada. OTTAWA, Feb. 27, 2015 /3BL Media/ – ...
Feb 27, 2015 7:00 AM ET
TransCanada Employees Return Home from Ghana and Share Insights
TransCanada employees are passionate about volunteering in the communities where we live and work, and that passion for volunteering has taken two of our employees half way across the world on an international secondment in Ghana, Africa through a partnership with Engineers Without Borders Canada (EWB)...
Feb 18, 2015 5:00 PM ET
TransCanada Pipelines USA to Offer Grants to East Texas Nonprofits
TransCanada Pipelines USA is offering grants to East Texas nonprofits through the company’s charitable fund at the East Texas Communities Foundation. The TransCanada Charitable Fund awards grants to projects that are based on good ideas and compelling needs with the potential to improve individual’s lives and communities, according to a foundation news release. Funding is...
Feb 18, 2015 7:10 AM ET
The Most Important Meal of the Day
With just 22 students between kindergarten and Grade 6, the Wandering River School is one of the smallest facilities in Alberta’s Northern Lights School District. Students from the 400-member community midway between Edmonton and Fort McMurray are spilt between two classrooms and taught by one of the school’s two full-time staff...
Jan 26, 2015 7:00 AM ET

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