TransCanada’s relationship with Aboriginal groups can be captured in one word — respect. Respect for the distinct history, cultures and legal status of Aboriginal groups and their unique relationship to the land. This, combined with responsiveness to community interests, is the pillar
In a way, it’s Francis Pilley’s job to plan for retirement. In this case, he’s leading the pipeline abandonment project at TransCanada. He aims to give people peace of mind so they know that when a pipeline is no longer needed, it is retired safely; with no financial liability to land
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
Solar panels energize Mexican communities for the first time TransCanada provides the energy that North American’s use every day. Most of us enjoy our lifestyles of convenience because we haven’t known it to be any other way. We are able to turn our lights on with the flick of a switc
Since he could remember, all Peter Webster has wanted to do is support his community. His passion to help people and work in the energy sector made him a perfect fit to fill the role of local community representative for the Napanee Generating Station (NGS) Project. As a lifelong resi
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
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.