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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TransCanada’s Pend Oreille River Video Wins Bronze Telly Award!
The votes are in and TransCanada’s Pend Oreille River Video has won a Bronze Telly Award under the Social Responsibility category! The Telly Awards honor the finest film and video productions,...
Aug 7, 2014 4:35 PM ET
Celebrating Excellence at the North American Indigenous Games
The 2014 North American Indigenous Games are taking place in Regina, Sask. this week, July 20 - 27. The theme for this year's event is "Raising the Bar." The event will showcase unity, sport, culture, youth, volunteerism and team work between First Nations, Metis and Non-Indigenous communities by recognizing the healthy lifestyle choices young Indigenous people and future leaders from all over...
Jul 23, 2014 11:40 AM ET
Mentors Help Youth Reach Their Potential
Supporting those in need At age 17, Christopher – a treaty member of the Muskowekwan First Nation – experienced a series of events that would change his life forever. After suffering through a childhood of abuse and instability, he found a new path through life thanks to the Boys & Girls Clubs, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Edmonton and Area (...
Jul 17, 2014 3:30 PM ET
Bringing Optimism to the Heart of the Hazeltons
Today, the Hazelton area in B.C. is home to some 6,500 people living in the two municipalities, three unincorporated settlements and seven First Nations villages. “When I came here 36 years ago, this was a thriving little community,” recalls Dr. Peter Newbery, an internationally recognized expert in the practice of rural family medicine, who works in the community’s ...
Jun 7, 2014 7:50 AM ET
Creating a 'Natural Classroom' in Northern B.C.
The Hudson’s Bay Wetlands were once no more than a slough in the heart of Prince George, British Columbia. While birds and other wildlife flocked to the marshlands, the city’s human residents generally steered clear of the area that had become cluttered with garbage and debris. So when TransCanada learned of a plan to clean up, protect and enhance access to the area for future...
May 23, 2014 11:30 AM ET

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