Living by our values: at TransCanada we look at corporate social responsibility not as a facet of our business, but as a reflection of the way we conduct our business and an expression of our core values of integrity, responsibility, collaboration and innovation. An unwavering commitm
If you see Batman dangling from the side of a Calgary skyscraper on Thursday morning, don’t call emergency services. For David Yee, the opportunity to don a cape and rappel from 30 stories up offers a rare chance to take his climbing to a new level, see the city from a birds-eye view
Wildhorse Creek is a small waterway that meanders its way across southern Oklahoma. It is neither wild nor particularly scenic, but it has played a role in Oklahoma history (Confederate soldiers captured wild horses along its banks during the American Civil War), and it has been confr
A creek rehabilitation project in the Northern B.C. community of Vanderhoof is helping to restore habitat for the endangered Nechako white sturgeon, the largest freshwater fish in Canada. The Stoney Creek Fisheries Enhancement Project is supporting the rehabilitation of streams that f
Validating TransCanada’s leak detection system: watch what happens in the Operations Control Centre as the TransCanada team successfully performs its first commodity withdrawal test. On a windy day in the town of Cowgill, Missouri, project manager Al-Aziz Moosa and his co
“LNG for British Columbia represents an enormous potential turning point to create a major and brand new industry. And for a province that’s endured decades of ups and downs related to forestry and mining, that’s a pretty compelling concept,” says Dean Patry, president of the Prince
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