Fences are a common element in the North American landscape. They have plenty of benefits including keeping wildlife from wandering onto highways, keeping predators from attacking livestock and marking property boundaries. But they can pose a hazard for birds if they are not easy to s
Karla Holland, a lifelong resident of Houston B.C. is pleased to be in the first group of students to graduate from the Northwest Community College (NWCC) Mining Exploration & Field Assistant Program, a program proudly supported by TransCanada’s Coastal GasLink Pipeline Proj
For the roughly 20 search and rescue team members in Bulkley Valley, B.C., emergencies can mean helping those in distress on the river, locating missing or injured people, rescuing people involved in avalanches and more. Sometimes the difference between life and death in these
TransCanada’s 2014 CSR Report was released today during Canadian Environment Week as a testament to the company’s focus on CSR and commitment to operating safely and in an economically, socially and environmentally sustainable manner. “The growing global demand for energy has generate
The sound of splashing rings through an old Manitoba dairy barn as four baby beavers weave back and forth through the water, learning to swim in their makeshift pool. Their mother, who would have taught them this important skill, was killed by a dog leaving the tiny two-week-olds to f
Being a singer-songwriter is a challenging gig. The hours are long and it can be hard to get exposure. Many up-and-coming artists are looking for their break to make it big in the music scene. A TransCanada partnership with the CKUA Radio Network (CKUA) in Alberta is helping to get lo
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.