In early February, the temperature in the northeastern town of Dawson Creek, B.C., dipped below -30 C. It stayed dangerously cold for several days – too cold for the Dawson Creek Girl Guides to be out knocking on doors, trying to sell cookies. The troop was raising money to send sever
We have heard the question, “Is there growing market demand for Canadian crude oil?” The answer is YES! Every day, we rely on oil to fuel our lives. It transports us to and from work and school, it is key in the products we use each day and it even produces lifesaving medical equipmen
For years, children in the northern region of Mexico’s Sinaloa state had no real place to learn. Teachers would move from one house to another, or cram their young students into a tiny room measuring 6m x 4m – with no furniture, no power, no running water and no washrooms. “For
Eight-year-old Emily was happy to roll-up her sleeves and make some serious dough – cookie dough that is – to help protect her favourite animal, the woodland caribou. From her home in Port Elgin, Ont., the Grade Three student baked more than 350 caribou-shaped cookies to sell at a loc
Growing up on the East Coast, Dan Maguire didn’t find a multitude of opportunities to be one with nature. The Delaware River near his New Jersey home was badly polluted, but even at a young age, Maguire was able to find upstream waters that ran clean, allowing him to indulge his passi
“That’s my home, and that’s my winery, and the pipeline runs right in between.” – Hugo Bonjean, Spirit Hills Winery Springtime projects pose hidden dangers It’s finally spring, and for many of us, that means planting gardens, building decks or, if you’re a successful bee farmer
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.