“I have earned (my community’s) respect. They talk to me and ask me things.” – Rosa Villalobos on representing San Ignacio de Arareco Raramuri leader influences traditional roles For Rosa Villalobos – a member of the Raramuri First Nation in Mexico’s north central region –
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’
It’s something many of us ask ourselves, especially around the start of a new year – what have I learned and how can I do better? From a company standpoint, opening ourselves up to evaluation by leading agencies is one way we can learn and improve. Each year, TransCanada participates
“Collaborative efforts like this one between TransCanada and off-highway vehicle or OHV groups… are important to help keep wheels out of water.” – Sofie Forsström, Oldman Watershed Council Community rallies to protect trout, improve habitat stewardship in Crowsnest Pass So
2016 was a “transformational” year for TransCanada, as the company undertook unprecedented growth and adjusted its business to enhance long-term stability for the benefit of its shareholders. In a year-end video message, President and CEO Russ Girling explains how the $13 billion acqu
TransCanada employees turn time and money into making dreams a reality As TransCanada’s annual Get Empowered giving and volunteering campaign wrapped up its third year in October, employees and contractors across North America once again proved their dedication to their communities. T
It was a traditional Christmas turkey dinner on the menu for a group of engineering students wrapping up their semester at the University of Calgary – but it wasn’t a traditional meal for them. Sixteen students from Mexico are nearing the end of their program with the university’s Pip
On November 11 we take time to recognize and reflect on the immense sacrifices our veterans make for us. In Canada, it’s called Remembrance Day. In the U.S. it’s called Veterans Day. At TransCanada we believe it’s our duty to honour, respect and support veterans, first responder
We are more than a pipeline company. For more than 60 years, TransCanada has been a leader in the safe and reliable operation of North American energy infrastructure, including a vast array of natural gas and oil pipelines, along with natural gas storage facilities and nuclear, wind, hydro and solar power-generation facilities.
ICYMI: Watch more than 2,000 stranded fish get back to the Bow River. https://t.co/szp2s4Y1bt Thanks again for the great day, @TUCanada1!
Thanks for the acknowledgement. We are pleased to work with @Gateway2Muskoka! https://t.co/Qckm5qo6ik
#natgas makes up what % of energy used for home heating in North America? Guess below and we'll post the answer later today! #discoverenergy