For years, children in the northern region of Mexico’s Sinaloa state had no real place to learn. Teachers would move from one house to another, or cram their young students into a tiny room measuring 6m x 4m – with no furniture, no power, no running water and no washrooms. “For
“I have earned (my community’s) respect. They talk to me and ask me things.” – Rosa Villalobos on representing San Ignacio de Arareco Raramuri leader influences traditional roles For Rosa Villalobos – a member of the Raramuri First Nation in Mexico’s north central region –
“With this agreement, we intertwine the efforts of the government with the social responsibility and commitment of (TransCanada).” – Aurelio Nuño, Minister of Education New partnership tackles adult literacy In a country where four per cent of men and six per cent of
‘TransCanada is emerging… as one of the biggest beneficiaries of the country’s energy reforms’ Experts say Mexico will see a 75 per cent increase in demand for natural gas over the next 15 years. (August 2, 2016 update to this article originally published July 27: yet anot
Newly released Corporate Social Responsibility report highlights sustainable efforts The effort is one of several examples captured in TransCanada’s just-released 2015 Corporate Social Responsibility Report. As construction on the 530-kilometre (329-mile) Topolobampo pipeline in Mexic
Mexican government prepares for natural gas pipeline expansion The Mexican government has been working to change the paradigm of its energy sector, opening up opportunities for private companies to contribute to the development of the oil and gas industry in the country. This historic
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.