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
TransCanada conducts emergency response exercises every year to test the speed and effectiveness of our resources and systems, and over the last three years we’ve spent an average of $900 million annually on pipeline integrity and preventative maintenance programs. So on the night of
Air; it’s something we all share. Clean air is important to all of us. When air quality is poor, it affects all of us. But for the three million Canadians who suffer from asthma, poor air quality can be life threatening. As a recent opinion article authored by Dr. Susan Waserman and S
When a grizzly bear saunters through a pipeline right-of-way (RoW), what does it do? Does it avoid the area, or does it prefer it? Does it use the area for feeding, or travel or anything else? Those are the questions that Mike Wilfley on TransCanada’s environment team has been m
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
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.