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I’ll Be Home for Christmas

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As Ingryt Pedroza watches holiday preparations unfold in Calgary, her mind can’t help but wander between her home in Mexico and the incredible accomplishment she’s about to achieve. 

Four months ago, Pedroza said goodbye to her husband and one-year-old daughter to pursue her long-time dream of studying abroad in preparation to become a top engineer in Mexico. She knew the road wouldn’t be easy, but it was an opportunity she couldn’t pass up.

Pulp Nonfiction: How a Small Plant Makes Sustainability Profitable

Columbia Pulp LLC is commercializing an innovative way to turn waste plant material into high-quality pulp and combatting air pollution in the process
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When you can turn a problem into a product, you have the seeds of a profitable venture.

Columbia Pulp LLC, headquartered in Dayton, Washington, is commercializing an innovative but proven way to turn waste plant material into high-quality pulp that can be used to make consumer paper and packaging products – combatting air pollution in the process.

TransCanada People Get Empowered for Their Communities

TransCanada's month-long giving campaign raises almost $1 million in personal and company-matched donations
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Every year, TransCanada employees and contractors participate in a month-long giving and volunteering campaign called Get Empowered. This year's campaign, which wrapped up in September, raised almost $1 million in personal and company-matched donations. The TransCanada team also tracked more than 6,370 volunteer hours across Canada, U.S. and Mexico. TransCanada matches employee and contractor donations 100% year round. The match increases to 200% for Get Empowered Month.

New Technology Adds Another Layer to Pipeline Leak Detection

A set of very sharp ears will be added to our comprehensive pipeline monitoring and leak detection program, thanks to innovative new technology that will be added to the Keystone Pipeline System
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From the highly-trained operators who work in our computerized control centres around the clock, to our detailed maintenance and inspection programs and the regular patrols we do on the ground and from the air, it's safe to say that there are a lot of eyes on our pipelines as they deliver the natural gas and oil that fuels our society.

'The More We Train, the Better We Get': How We Prepare for Emergencies

We've spent more than 65 years growing our network of reliable energy infrastructure across North America – and our commitment to safe operations knows no borders.
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We've spent more than 65 years growing our network of reliable energy infrastructure across North America – and our commitment to safe operations knows no borders.

Being prepared for the rare cases when something does go wrong with our pipelines or power generation facilities is part of that commitment. In 2016, we conducted 117 emergency drills and exercises across our network.

Injured Bald Eagle Takes Flight Again in Manitoba

Bird takes long ride with TransCanada to Waywayseecapo First Nation
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The bald eagle doesn't have a name.

He came to Manitoba's Wildlife Haven in June, weak and unable to fly well. As a patient at the rehabilitation centre, he wasn't given a moniker because he was heading back into the wild once he was healthy again.

And during his recovery and eventual release, that nameless bird touched the hearts of dozens of people – at Wildlife Haven, at TransCanada, and on the Waywayseecappo First Nation.

How a Four-Legged Friendship Changed This Veteran’s Life

TransCanada proud to support paws4vets
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When EMMA first saw Jeremy, she just knew he was the one. The pair met in a correctional facility in West Virginia. Since then, EMMA has never left his side.

"When we first met, it was an overwhelming feeling of joy," recounts Jeremy Fouts on the first time he met his assistance dog, EMMA.

"I went through several dogs before EMMA chose me. She pulled my hat off my head, because I used to wear my hat real low. She got in my face and started talking. It sounds strange, but she talks too—whenever she knows something's wrong," he added.

TransCanada Releases 2016 Corporate Social Responsibility Report

Report features enhanced disclosure on key sustainability topics
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TransCanada has released its 2016 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report, providing a comprehensive update on the company’s performance on environmental, social and governance topics that matter most to the communities, Indigenous groups and stakeholders involved with or affected by our business across North America.

'The Stronger the Language, the Stronger the Culture': Working With the Osage Nation to Preserve Their Heritage

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As you walk into the studio of nationally acclaimed artists Wendy Ponca and Alex Ponca Stock, you immediately sense the pride and passion the two pour into their works of art.

TransCanada Releases 2016 Corporate Social Responsibility Report

Report features enhanced disclosure on key sustainability topics
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September 13, 2017 /3BL Media/ - TransCanada today released its 2016 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report, providing a comprehensive update on the company’s performance on environmental, social and governance topics that matter most to the communities, Indigenous groups and stakeholders involved with or affected by our business across North America.

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