Native Kenyan given second chance for global outreach As a child and young adult in her native Kenya, TransCanada’s Pauline Ngure witnessed the heartbreak inflicted on young girls. She grew up among neighbours and friends who discriminated by gender — daughters were treated as “second
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
This fall, TransCanada employees in Mexico and 37 of their relatives came together to preserve lagoon and beach habitat before leading over 500 baby turtles – part of a critically endangered species – out to sea. Increased tourism in Mazatlán, located on Sinaloa’s coast in the northwe
It’s easy to see why Chrissy and Travis Hollman chose to raise their family in Terrace, B.C., with its small-town feel and opportunities for growth through liquid natural gas (LNG) related projects. Four weeks after welcoming their son, Soren, he was airlifted to the children’s hospit
“It’s an honour to have been asked to take the lead such a significant and sobering experience,” says Evan Wile, as he leads a procession of TransCanada employees on a walk to honour military veterans. “Service members sacrificed a great deal for us, and to lead this group who are tak
So many Canadian kids dream of playing hockey. They play on outdoor ponds and rinks, their parents shuttle them to weekend tournaments and early morning practices. And for seventeen-year old Jake Bean, now playing for the Calgary Hitmen, that dream reached an exciting new level after
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.