TransCanada employee Dana Engler and his son, Shaun, had just sat down for lunch at their hotel in Thulo Syabru, Nepal on Apr. 25 when the earth began to heave. As the walls crashed down around them, they stumbled out of the hotel with their guide while yelling at everyone to get out
Quick action and immediate willingness to help a neighbor made a big difference in saving property and wildlife habitat from even worse destruction during Oregon’s first major brush fire of the season. The fire consumed an estimated 40,000 acres in north-central Oregon, accordin
Participation in Junior Achievement (JA) programs produces more financially literate graduates who save more, borrow less and go bankrupt less often than the average Canadian, according to a comprehensive study completed by the Boston Consulting Group in 2010. The study also shows tha
TransCanada President and Chief Executive Officer Russ Girling shares his thoughts about our significant achievements in 2014 and the company’s priorities in 2015. TransCanada’s 2015 Annual and Special Meeting takes place today in Calgary. For more information, visit our 2014 Annual R
Wendy Hanrahan: Executive vice-president, Corporate Services At the heart of TransCanada’s competitive advantage are our employees and we owe much of our success to the fact that we have a highly talented and skilled workforce. We have made significant progress over the last 15 years
Volunteering to positively impact the lives of others is nothing new for TransCanada employee, Holly Yaschuk. One day, she is sharing her two affectionate pups with seniors or hospital patients through Calgary’s PALS pet therapy program. The next, she is sharing skills honed d
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