Within the debate on climate change, there are questions about pipelines and how they fit into the world’s efforts to curb greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Some people ask: “Does North America need pipelines like Energy East and Keystone XL?” The answer is unequivocally “yes,R
Support for the Nature Conservancy proves to be a fascinating partnership Over the lunch hour on Monday, October 17, pliers, safety goggles, gloves and mesh panels were on the menu for TransCanada head office employees volunteering with the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) to help b
Keeping Trout Lake safe With a name like Trout Lake, it’s no surprise the pristine 14 kilometer lake in eastern Ontario is renowned for its fishing. Be it walleye, bass, northern pike or lake trout, this forested waterbody holds remarkable aquatic discoveries for both anglers and natu
TransCanada and Earth Rangers partner to protect species-at-risk A deadly fungus called White Nose Syndrome (WNS) is threatening to wipe out one of 19 bat species in Canada. With this ‘Little Brown Bat’, found in substantial numbers along TransCanada’s King’s North Connection (KNC) pi
The fundamental role of any business is to fulfill a need for society. For TransCanada, that means delivering the natural gas that heats your home, the liquids that fuel your transportation and the electricity that powers your technology and lights the way. But after 65 years of doing
Dan Sayewich is the envy of many who have a desk job. On any given day, he wakes up in the morning and goes to work on one of the helicopters patrolling TransCanada’s extensive pipeline network in southern Ontario, Quebec, portions of the Maritimes and the Northeast U.S. “I’ve been do
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.