Partnership with Breakfast Program Fills Stomachs and Fosters Self-Esteem

Partnership with Breakfast Program Fills Stomachs and Fosters Self-Esteem

TransCanada’s partnership with Breakfast Club of Canada provides 210 students a day will receive breakfast in northern British Columbia.
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TransCanada employees are hard at work in the kitchen to deliver breakfast to children at Ron Brent Elementary School in Prince George

Monday, December 15, 2014 - 7:00am

CAMPAIGN: TransCanada Community Investment


Kiel is not a chef. But this morning, he is making breakfast for 50 hungry mouths. On the menu: pancakes, yoghurt and fruit juice.

It doesn’t take long for every last morsel of food to disappear into hungry stomachs. After the last bit of syrup is mopped up by fluffy pancake, the satisfied diners are ready to start their day.

Despite what you might think, Kiel does not work in the culinary industry. Rather, he is a Land, Community, and Aboriginal Relations Liaison for TransCanada’s Coastal Gas Link Pipeline Project. This week, a new partnership between TransCanada and Breakfast Club of Canada (the Club) brought him to Ron Brent Elementary school in Prince George, B.C. to celebrate the launch the school’s breakfast program. Learn more about how TransCanada is supporting the Breakfast Club of Canada feed 210 sutdents per day in British Columbia.


CATEGORY: Education